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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Quick links for being back at work post-Memorial Day:


What was SES China like?

Gartner discusses a new breed of online shopper -- the "social gatherer".


Got 100 dollars? 7 Experts share budget website marketing tips. Good tips even if your budget is substantially more than $100.



Cottonelle has a branded campaign featuring a very cute puppy running around your desktop. I clicked on this first because I had a friend who used to work at OTO Labs, the agency that created it, but it's a nice application, and a good way to build a community around toilet paper, something that's on the challenging side of the spectrum.

LinkedIn now has a feature called "Who viewed my profile?"... It shows titles or companies of people who have viewed your profile. This seems to be part of a trend towards "overt surfing", where the tracks of where you go online are revealed for all to see. With a bit of work, I can identify about 30% of the people who've visited my profile, which then leads to interesting speculation.

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