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Pepsi's Live for Now keeps the beat

Pepsi's Live for Now keeps the beat

Pepsi's latest Twitter initiative, part of its larger Live for Now campaign, is designed to attract loyal customers and reach out to new prospects.

Cola wars linger as marketing amps up

Cola wars linger as marketing amps up

Although 2012 is predicted to see historically high commodities prices — affecting both PepsiCo's and Coca-Cola's bottom line — each is committing a significant amount of cost-cutting to an increase in marketing spend in 2012.

Social Media Week: Some 'secret' and not-so-secret social weapons

Social Media Week: Some 'secret' and not-so-secret social weapons

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When asked to explain what it takes to optimize social, George Smith, senior manager of social and CRM strategy at PepsiCo Global, speaking at Social Media Week in New York City on Feb. 15, coined a term on the spot: "Socio-techno intelligence."

PepsiCo to boost marketing spend, consolidate agencies

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PepsiCo plans to increase marketing spend on its brands by between $500 million and $600 million this year, cut costs and trim its agency roster, the company said in an earnings statement Feb. 9.

How to piss people off as an effective marketing tactic

How to piss people off as an effective marketing tactic

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The blogosphere and media world are tut-tutting about an anti-obesity ad campaign featuring corpulent kids, who say in a series of videos why being fat's no fun. Thanks to its critics, the Georgia-based campaign captured national attention.

Beyond Facebook and Twitter: PepsiCo understands on- and off-line social networking

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PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi delivered the keynote at BlogHer 2011, a women's blogger conference, on August 6 in San Diego. I briefly spoke with Jamie Stein, director of digital initiatives for PepsiCo, about why the food and beverage company is making its third appearance at the annual event and why Pepsi is committed to digital, female-driven brand initiatives.

Does Yahoo need to check in to TV? Kinda, maybe, sure

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Yahoo has snatched up TV check-in service IntoNow for an undisclosed sum, the company said on April 25. The service, similar to song identification app SoundHound, lets consumers tag televised audio content with their mobile phones and tell friends what they're watching via Facebook or Twitter. Yahoo said IntoNow will boost the company's video programming and social media offerings.

Brands must embrace digital to remain relevant: Social Consumer 2011

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To maintain their relevance, brands must adapt to the unprecedented rate at which consumers are using technology, said Bonin Bough, global director of digital and social media at PepsiCo, on March 23.

PepsiCo opens the DMA show in San Francisco

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An enthused Bonin Bough took the stage Sunday around noon to open the lunchtime keynote for the 2010 DMA Conference & Exhibition in San Francisco.

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