Updated on July 31, 2010
eConsultancy’s Patricia Robles wrote a post that listed five reasons companies should stay focused on their own sites. At Marketing Pilgrim, Jordan McCollum offered her own objections. And though he generally praised the campaign, Steve Rubel had problems with the way many organizations have employed Facebook pages.
Jennifer Cohen, co-founder and president of Something Creative LLC, worked on the Facebook component of the Uni-ball campaign. In this FIR interview, she explains why the social network was chosen, how the Uni-ball website was factored into the equation, and the kinds of results the campaign produced. During the course of the interview, Cohen answers each of the criticisms leveled by Robles, McCollum and Rubel.
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