The first ad, which is up already on YouTube, will air during the first half of the game. After the game, once Coke representatives tally the votes, one of the 30-second ads will air the outcome. CokeChase.com is showcasing the biographies of each of the three groups, along with photos.
However, in a survey of 835 owners, only three percent said that Twitter helped. LinkedIn was the preferred site, securing 41 percent of the vote. YouTube was chosen by 16 percent, while Facebook ranked in at 14 percent. Twitter claims that it’s just starting to court small businesses.
Half of the cuts will be made to the Time Inc. staff in New York, and buyouts were sent to staffers at People and Time.
Firing a Writing Client
For freelancers, firing clients they work for is part of the job. A post on Success Works highlights how to do this.
Writers need to ask themselves what the problem is, whether there is a personality conflict, pay issue, or a question of ethics. Before making the leap, writers need to fulfill all the work on active contracts, try to replace the client, and remain professional.
Beating Writer’s Block
It’s a curse, but it can be broken. The English Web’s Caimin Jones says that to beat writer’s block, one must not be afraid to write badly.
A writer should sit down and work at the same time every day, and read an inspiring author to “remind you of why you became one yourself.” Having an outline helps narrow down choices, and setting a deadline will ensure that goals are reached.