The three major trends on Facebook

Sat 5 November 2011 09:16, Blog Competition

The three major trends on Facebook

The Winner of October is Ursula Christiane Michaelis. Gongratulations! It is her second time to be our winner. Thanks for her participation and the passion about our blog competition.

She is studying International Communication at Hanze University Groningen. From her article, she really expressed her own opinions. Let's have a look of the article!... read more



How airlines use social media

Tue 4 October 2011 15:28, Blog Competition

How airlines use social media
The winner of this month is Luccie P. Abasa Bosire. She is an IBMS (International Business Management Studies) student at HAN University of Applied Science. In her article, she summed up how and why airlines use social media as a tool for their strategies. Let's take a look!
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The greatest features of Facebook's company pages

Mon 5 September 2011 13:15, Blog Competition

The greatest features of Facebook's company pages
The winner of August is Tim Houtenbos. Congratulations! He is studying communication and Multimedia Desigh at the HvA (Hogeschool van Amsterdam). Because of his interests of the impact of media on society, he also want to do a minor in Culture and Media at the UvA. We see a lot of potential from him and also appreciate your support for every participant. Let's have a look of this article!
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Will Google+ compete with Facebook?

Mon 1 August 2011 17:00, Blog Competition

Will Google+ compete with Facebook?

The Winner of July is Ursula Christiane Michaelis. Gongratulations! She is studying International Communication at Hanze University Groningen. From her article, she really expressed her own opinions.

However, this article is shortened version because the limited publishing space. We appreciate your support for every participant. So let's have a look of the article!... read more


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Write & Win -- Announcement

Mon 1 August 2011 16:38, Blog Competition

Write & Win -- Announcement

SearchCowboys is highly committed to contribute to the education of future marketers. Two of our bloggers; Kelly Ge and Qin Hu therefore came up with the idea to set up a monthly competition in which they challenge marketing students to write about current search topics like for example Google+.

Kelly Ge “ The competition is our commitment. In the future, we will also create a students column section, which If I am not mistaken has not been done yet by similar marketing blogs ”.

This competition was then promoted on Facebook and LinkedIn and from the many multiple pages articles we received we chose to reward the most interesting one, Will Google+ compete with Facebook? written by Ursula Christiane Michaelis with a symbolic prize. Below you will find an excerpt of her article and the full article will be posted on Facebook.


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