Joined the Photobloggers! Have a look at PhotoJunkie, IceMike and Ientje's blogs .... And MINE of course.
By now, most of us here know that total anonymity on the Internet is a utopia, but still it's an awkward feeling to be confronted with the facts in this article of the NY Times (you'll need to register, but it's free and spamfree). Well, this…
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Reading: Advanced Brand Management

Advanced Brand Management (Paul Temporal) If you’re into branding, read this book. It reveals the sophisticated branding techniques implemented by some of the world’s leading companies. It covers up-to-date strategies such as brand stretching…
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Reading: The Myth of Excellence: Why Great Companies Never Try to Be the Best at Everything

The Myth of Excellence: Why Great Companies Never Try to Be the Best at Everything (Frederick A. Crawford, Ryan Mathews) "Figure out what you do best and don't dwell on the rest." Some mistakes in business are obvious. One that may not be so…
One of the Belgian online "media centrals" recently presented a new concept of theirs at one of our IDM meetings: dayparting. It's kind of a prime-time concept for online advertising. Whereas before you just bought X number of banner impressions,…
Marketing minds unite! I've joined the Toink team as a guest editor. Toink is a site for ' independently bouncing marketing thoughts'. If you want to read my marketing thoughts there, go and have a look. Just make sure to find your way back…
While we're on the subject of news and blogging. I came across some articles on CNN about blogging related to the war in Iraq. The question of course is ... can these blogs be trusted as a source of news? Both sides seem to be actively blogging…
So many people are jumping on the bandwagon of explaining the whole blogspotting, so I felt I had to add my two cents too. Let me offer a different view from all the "wow cool" stories: it's overrated! Just like the other trends we've seen pass…