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Quick Takes: 11/29/05

Shel Holtz brings up a very real problem.  Not only do employers need to consider the risks/rewards of having current employees blogging but also ex-employees…

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Google communication

It was a scant two weeks ago when Google launched Analytics, a service allowing web publishers to track their visitor traffic. Since then the service…

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Corporate use of RSS

In case you're still new to the wonderful world of RSS (I seriously don't know how I read the web without it) MarketingProfs has beginner's…

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List mania

I love so many things about this new PR list, moderated and organized by Constantin Basturea.  Not only does it allow me to point people…

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TypePad gets PR right

I'm a bit late in talking about this, but TypePad really has done a great job of confronting the recent illwill generated by constant outages…

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So what!

AdAge is running a poll asking if employers should allow their workers to read blogs at work.  As Joseph Jaffe rightly says, "I'm astounded by…

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Off again

This time to Reno, NV to speak in front of the PRSA Sierra Nevada Chapter tomorrow.  I'm part of an all-day professional development conference.  I'm…

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