Archive | August, 2006

Southwest Props for Customer Listening – Kinda Sorta

Everyone has heard the rumors about Southwest moving to assigned seating. They gave me the impression that they were clearly listening this morning for a moment or two. I was sent an e-mail asking me to vote on the issue (Including using my frequent flyer number to create integrity) – though the questions were not detailed […]

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Cubs Rainout Pleasure

It’s so nice when you get to watch unedited, unplanned and mostly live TV – during the Cubs rain delay – fun content…  Local Newspaper Daily Herald Reporter Interview Dusty Baker Pre-Game Press Briefing Ron Santo Interview & Tribute Greg Maddux Says Goodbye Bruce Sutter Tibute (Now a Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame) 2003 […]

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XM Satellite Radio and Google Partnership Formalized

Google just released a press release regarding XM and the usage of Google’s dMarc platform for XM non-music only platform. This is strategically important because if Google can diversify it’s revenue streams successfully, it would be a major win for them. Time will tell on this.

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Wall Street Journal Says Google “Stumbles” in Video

Today’s Wall Street Journal has an awesome article about Video ads and discusses MSN’s early dominance. The article states: “MSN’s early success positions the portal to benefit from the explosion in online video advertising now under way. It also raises questions about Google Inc.’s ability to maintain its stranglehold on Internet advertising.” “Advertisers say there […]

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Interesting Concept – Think Customers – Not Campaigns

If they truly live what they say, it sounds like I’d like these people. “Too many marketing organizations are still underperforming due to a “think campaigns” mentality rather than “think customers” mentality. But it doesn’t have to stay that way. To make the transition from campaigns to customers-and reap the rewards-organizations must begin by gaining […]

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