Posts tagged ‘pr’

Pass the test and work at Nitobi

Nitobi, the Vancouver-based development shop, is one of our oldest clients. It’s been exciting to watch them grow from their origins as (gulp) eBusiness Applications, and…

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More Marketing Ideas From Elsewhere

We were in the McNally Robinson bookstore in Nolita yesterday. It’s an excellent store, full of great books. As it turns out, it’s Canadian-owned (other stores…

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The eBook Has Landed

As I’ve mentioned on more than one occasion, Julie and I have been working on an eBook. Version 1.0 is finally done, and today we’re launching…

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Chris Anderson is Mad as Hell

You know the rest. Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired (when did they change their website? It’s a vast improvement), has posted a rant about…

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Who’s Behind GetItRightAlberta.ca?

Dave Cournoyer recently wrote about Get It Right Alberta, a faux special interest group that’s a classic example of astroturfing at work. From the ‘organization’s’ website:…

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Third Tuesday in Vancouver?

In Ottawa last fall, Marc Snyder and I led a very informal discussion at Third Monday, a social media and marketing meetup organized by Joseph Thornley.…

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Second Life Marketing, Part 1138

I recently read three cutting critiques of marketing and advertising in Second Life. The first is by Rebecca Lieb (found via Adam): Inhabitants of virtual worlds…

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If an Organization Only Publishes an Email Address, They Probably Don’t Want to Help You

We’ve all had this experience: you send an email message to an organization, and you never hear back from them. It’s a story as old as…

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