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Monthly Archives: April 2003
Did I tell you? I’m opening up shop in the middle east. (Props to Dori Smith for finding this gem.)
Online Portals Won’t Defeat Spam – See what I mean? As long as email is purely a cost center, ISPs won’t have much incentive to make the sustained investments necessary to kill spam.
Hans Peter Brondmo says that in order to reduce spam, bulk email senders should be held accountable. He’s one of the founding members of a project called Lumos that supposedly will introduce standards that enforce accountability on the part of … Continue reading
Marketers unite to cook spam’s goose Good luck. I tried implementing a scheme like this a couple of years ago. While there was some interest on the part of marketers, ISPs still distrusted bulk mailers so much that they didn’t … Continue reading
Database and online marketers should take a moment to reflect on the passing of Ted Codd, the genius theorist behind the relational database. I hope Oracle’s Larry Ellison is.
Ohmigod. Did the world just end?
Heh. Over at Executive Summary, Rick is passing along the idea of embedded marketers. I like the idea, but hasn’t the business world already reached its quota on war metaphors?
Bullet Points Kill! Indeed, which is why you should consider buying marketing guru Seth Godin’s Really Bad Powerpoint e-book. I have and it’s got lots of good stuff in it. The really scary thing is the way PowerPoint affects the … Continue reading
Good customer service as a differentiator? Apparently not in the airline business. It amazes me how clueless this industry is. The clown CEO mentioned in this article thinks Southwest Airlines is a “special case.” Sadly, he’s right. Yes, Southwest has … Continue reading