September 2006

September 2006

Advertising pet peeves continue Uncategorized

It’s not surprising that I have a complaint with the advertising industry. In fact, I have two complaints. Here’s number one: There are several amusing identity theft campaigns running for Citibank to which I’d like to take exception. The most recent, during the Michigan State/Notre…

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Commission Junction hops on the API bandwagon Uncategorized

Look for more phony web sites and spam blogs in the near future – Commission Junction has launched three new functions for affiliates: Product Catalog Access – This API offers real-time access to the Product Catalog database. Using it, you can find a product or…

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Separation Saturday Uncategorized

I figured this would be a great thread (yes, I know this isn’t a message board, but let’s hear ’em). Mike, Robert and the rest of the commenters and lurkers — I’m looking your way 😉 Separation is the key to winning. We saw it…

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MySpace to offer mp3/music sales for musicians Uncategorized

From Yahoo News, In a move that puts them in direct competition with iTunes, Napster, Rhapsody and Yahoo Music, MySpace will allow musicians to sell their original music through the popular social networking site. This comes as a result of their partnership with Snocap, the…

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Google “getting” the power of WOM Uncategorized

Google is searching for a Google API Map Evangelist at their Mountain View, CA Googleplex (this sentence now qualified for a Guinness Book of World Records ‘Most times the world Google used in a 15 word sentence without using Google as a verb’). I just…

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