Archive | October, 2006

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Questionable Google Ads For Splog Creation

Mass Blog Creator on a domain called Googlenizer http://googlenizer.com/wmi/? Make thousands of dollars each month? This can only mean one thing, splogs. Why does Google allow advertising for tools known to be creating the duplicate content problems?

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Billy Dexter – MTV’s Chief Diversity Officer

Billy Dexter is a power networker in Keith Ferrazzi’s league. I had the priviledge of seeing Billy speak this week at a National Black MBA event here in Chicago. He is dynamic, funny and charming. He currently serves as MTV’s Chief Diversity Officer, it was not a job he asked for, they asked him. To study […]

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You May Hire Another Candidate

But I may work for your competitor…

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My Speech at eComXpo Now Has a Contest

In conjunction with my discussion at eComXpo about “Mobile Search Marketing: The Coming Evolution of Chief Marketing Officer to Chief Customer Officer”, I’m announing a contest! Prizes will be awarded via random drawing on Monday, October 30th, 2006, odds of winning depend on number of entries received and viewed via blog search engines. Prize #1 – […]

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Susan Bratton’s New Podcast Series

Susan Bratton has a new podcast series, you should check it out!!!

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An Indeed.com Alternative

Getthejob.com is a new job aggregator that differentiates itself from indeed.com in that it doesn’t pick up  postings from headhunters, third party recruiters or too-good-to-be-true scam jobs. They claim that 70% of the postings can’t be found on commercial job boards. They do have Ladders affiliate ads however, so the option is still there, it’s […]

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Lee Odden – an Interview by Neil Patel

Neil Patel at Pronetadvertising has a nifty interview of Lee Odden about search engine and social media optimization and related topics. I’m not surprised to see that Lee focuses on customers first, he’s such a warm and friendly guy, you can’t help but like him. Good reading…

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