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August 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Multiple Account Sign-In for Google Available (for some)
Frank Reed says:



Google is rolling out a feature to help those folks with multiple Google accounts to keep track of everything without making themselves too nutty.

The Google Operating System blogexplains it this way.

When you enable this feature, the most significant change is that you’ll see a new drop-down next to your email address in Gmail and other supported Google products. Click on the drop-down and yo

Dilbert.com Uses Custom Search to Increase Revenue
feeds.clickz.com says:

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Dilbert site offers keyword search for comic fans looking for old strips.
Forget Foursquare: How marketers are obsessed by shiny new things
Danny Whatmough says:

Yesterday, I blogged about our fear of change. Today, I want to talk about an issue that may, at first, seem contradictory. Because, while the world in general dislikes change as much as my cat likes having her nails clipped, many marketers simply love the chance to jump on a new technology and hail it as the best thing since sliced bread.

How Can You Learn Marketing From The Grateful Dead?
Lee Odden says:

Sometimes we learn best about doing things in new and innovative ways by understanding them in terms of something we already know. Stories provide useful context and perspective and that’s exactly what David Meerman Scott has done with his latest book that’s just been announced: “Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn from the Most Iconic Band in


Pilgrim’s Picks for August 3rd
Andy Beal says:



Here’s the news that didn’t quite make the cut today:

Visa App Lets Friends Share Shopping Advice
feeds.clickz.com says:

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Barnes & Noble, Drugstore.com, and JCPenney have special offers in the app.
Are Companies Missing Their Opportunity to Connect with Customers?
Debra Ellis says:

opportunity 

Imagine that it’s November 1994

How Much Should You Spend On SEO?
Jennifer Horowitz says:

It’s a tough question, especially in a bad economy.

The question really begs another question –what is your goal for your site?

If you are operating it as a real business where you hope to either supplement your current income or rely on it as your sole source of income – then you need to be prepared to invest in search (it’s often the foundation of your marketing and a consi

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