Domino's Topples 50,387 Dominoes To Thank 8 Million Facebook Fans [THE BRIEF]

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Domino’s just hit the 8 million Facebook fan mark this week. To thank its fans, the pizza chain decided to arrange 50,328 dominoes to make a thank you note. It took more than 120 hours to build and lots of hand-eye coordination, but the effect is really awesome:

According to Pew, African Americans and Latinos are more likely to use Twitter than Caucasians.

The Washington Post is doing sponsored posts.

Anush Prabhu was promoted to chief channel planning and investment officer at Deutsch NY. He joined the shop last year from McGarryBowen, where he was the managing director of communications planning and analytics.

P&G decided to move its Tampax account from Publicis to Leo Burnett.

Doritos is launching its first-ever global campaign. Marketing will now be consistent around the world.

Hunt Mobile Ads released its 2012 annual report. It provides particularly strong insights on the development of the mobile advertising market in Latin America.

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