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My friend Jim Stewart who is CEO of a Melbourne digital marketing firm, points us to an example of inappropriate newsjacking. Recently, Australia has been hit with devastating bushfires. The damage has been especially great in Tasmania.
Janet Fouts's insight:
Is reporting newsjacking capitalizing on newsjacking? Are fire puns appropriate in this case? Maybe I'm just over-reacting on a Friday morning.
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