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Unformatted text preview: and Google it. With my topic, Organic sites posted eight of the top 10 results, while one linked to a 20/20 news segment, and the othera blogger against organic fruit. Rumors live forever. While Procter & Gambles Tampax Pearl was hitting the market with an elaborate marketing campaign in 2002-2003, a message hit email circulation touting the tampon as causing yeast infections and cervical cancer. Procter & Gamble quickly dispelled the email, touting research & the safety of its product. Years later this email is still being forwarded. And while Procter & Gamble has the information posted on their website, how many people do you think actually research the emails they receive?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course ENGLISH k98765 taught by Professor Butthead during the Spring '10 term at American Internation College.
- Spring '10