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Beginner's Guide to Business Blogging:
Recently some people have been emailing me asking "how do I blog?"
Not sure that I know the answer other than maybe saying be yourself and use a human voice (or be a really cool alter ego). Debbie Weil is giving away her business blogging guide through the next two weeks.
The Good PR Site:
I Know is a newly launched site aimed at opening childrens' eyes to marketing myths.
20 year history...cool
Most offensive use of a frog in Marketing:
Did-It... I just randomly crossed their site again and thought WTF
Wall Street Rumors:
From SEM 2.0 Andrew Goodman stated that Bill Martin at
FindProfit.com thinks AOL may be pondering an acquisition of FindWhat.
I can't see them making more profit selling their own ads than they get by sharing profit with Google. As AdWords is a larger and more sophisticated ad distribution network, but who knows what they are thinking...
GOOG Price Target:
RBC analyst Jordan Rohan issues price target of $235.
MSFT may help fix those high price targets with a recent IE security exploit fix that blocks Google AdSense ads.
Google really needs to start working harder to promote the better browsers. I would love to see on the Google home page: Sick of Internet Explorer? So are we. Try FireFox!
An Interesting way to sell MicroContent?:
TKPal - hides a portion of a page's contents until people sign in via TypeKey and pay you via PayPal.
Mike Grehan on SEMPO:
always fun, always worth a read :)
Streaming Audio of:
Steve Jobs MacWorld Keynote. KeyNote looked cool enough to make Apple look really appealing to my soon to upgrade eyes.
ThreadWatch has lots of great MacWorld coverage today.
Free guide to ripping and encoding music
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