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Peter Sabbagh is a Marketing Strategist at Blue Sky 365 Digital Strategy. He has traveled extensively implementing marketing campaigns in the United States, United Kingdom, Africa, Pacific Basin and Asia. He passionate about digital and social strategy, technology innovation, and social media. He is also interested in how social media and digital technologies affect human behavior. He is a writer for the following online communities: Blog Critics Online Magazine Ezine Writer Expert @ http://bit.ly/ayXTFy Find Peter also on - Web Site: http://Bluesky365.com Linkedin: http://linkd.in/aNoOdV Facebook: http://on.fb.me/LXVq1y Twitter: http://bit.ly/AAG7tK Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/

Art Meets Social Media: A Day Like Any Other

Rivane's exhibit successfully accomplishes the artist’s objective by gathering information virally, and more effectively than many costly digital social media campaigns. Read More »

How Do Mobile Companies Market in Emerging Countries?

Studies in emerging countries show that people will travel from rural to urban areas to personally interact with a sales agent. Read More »

Mobile Communications and the World’s Most Vulnerable – Part 2

Mobile companies are exploring ways to develop new business opportunities through data traffic use. Read More »

Mobile Communications and the World’s Most Vulnerable

UNICEF, in an “Aha!” moment, realized they could transform the common text message into a communication platform to improve child health. Read More »

Mobile Banking and the World’s Most Vulnerable

One billion people don’t have a bank account but do have a mobile phone. By 2012 there will be an estimated 1.7 billion. Read More »

Rethinking Your Presentation Skills: The 6.5 Second Rule

The "Girl Affect" is an excellent example of a great presentation that uses many of the necessary ingredients to properly communicate a message. Read More »

Re-Inventing Windows Live Hotmail: Is It Too Late To Rebrand?

The idea of having a Hotmail account has (almost) been equivalent to admitting that you listen to Howard Stern. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 6

It's important to take a formal approach to the documentation of medical research in the alternative medical field, and it comes at an important crossroad in America’s health care reform. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 5

Does everyone possess the gift of energy healing and can they be trained? Bengston suggests that there is possibly a normal talent that resides in everyone. Read More »

A Cure for Cancer: One Man’s Quest to Change Cancer Treatment, Part 4

Dr. Oz asked Bengston if he could explain why the medical community has not generally accepted energy healing. Read More »