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Read our blog, of course 🙂
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There was no newsletter last week – I was tied up with lots of domestic stuff 😦 – but the Internet doesn’t take a week off just because I do, so there’s a pile on interesting stuff to catch up on.
While Mashable tells us Gmail Gets an Unofficial Snooze Bar which also solves the email problem.
The Daily Telegraph reports the UK has More than 1 Million on Incapacity Benefit for 10 Years
Mashable offers us 7 Steps to Measuring Your Brand’s Social Media Health
Seth Godin talks about The Right Price The First Time
Gartner Explains Why the Back Office May Never Fully Understand the Front Office
Open Forum suggests we Be Where Your Customers Are
Anita Campbell reports These Issues Need to be Resolved Before Cloud Computing Becomes Ubiquitous
Windows Users MIGHT be pleased to know the Beta version of IE9 is on the horizon
Apparently Foursquare has just reached 2.6 million users which could be interesting, or completely meaningless depending on your business.
eSarcasm makes us smile with Is That a Smartphone in Your Pocket, Or Are You Just Pleased to See Me
And shows us in video Why the iPhone Could Never Make an Action Movie
Foundation Elements for Modern Business is Seth Godin talking about something I have first had experience with, and I might just argue with him later.
At Customer Collective Jonathan Farrington explains The Bullocks Behind Sales Training
Steve Miller at Two Hat Marketing tells us The Past Does Not Equal The Future
Mashable reports 56 Million Americans Are Playing Social Games
The Daily Telegraph tells us Social Media Impact on 2010 Election Was Minimal and Nine Million British Adults Have Never Been On-line
Mashable lets us know how Gmail Add-on Makes E-mail Smarter
Customer Collective asks Will Google Real-time Search Be Really Useful? and asks “Does “Being Yourself” Count As A Sales Technique?”
While Copyblogger explains How To Write Eye-Catching Headlines That Transform Browsers Into Buyers and at the same time The Three Key Elements of Irresistible E-mail Subject Lines
Seth Godin explains the way to get heard above The Blizzard of Noise is good old fashioned generosity. Social Media is a vehicle, not a solution – my words not his.
Jonathan Farrington at Customer Collective lists the The Top 10 Characteristics of the Top 5% Sales Achievers in which he promotes the same ideas you’ll find throughout the Front Office Box blog, but uses different language.