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Today on the PodCast Radio Show, Marketing Antics, we talk about Blog Marketing and How To Create Web Pages That Build Leads In 10 Steps.
Marketing Antics – Show Liner Notes for Saturday, September 29, 2007:
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This site was set up to help you find just the right internet marketing seminar, conference, bootcamp, or workshop to fit your needs. Maybe you want an event close to home, on a specific topic, or featuring a certain speaker. Maybe you don’t even want to travel. To cover that possiblity, we have featured tele-events too.
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BizCenter is free to all Oregon Businesses Oregon SBDC BizCenter services are available to anyone who owns, operates- or is considering starting- a small business in Oregon. We’re funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Oregon Economic & Community Development Department. Our mandate is to help grow Oregon businesses and the Oregon economy.
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DigitalLife is the #1 consumer electronics and entertainment event in the US. Note that it has been going on the past 2 days and ends this Sunday, but if you are listening to this at marketingantics.com and are in the NY area, or about to get on a plane here to NY, you might want to check this out.
Open to the public at the start of the holiday buying season, DigitalLife features the latest in home entertainment, video gaming, digital photos and movies, the mobile lifestyle, wireless services, music and movie download services, eCommerce, broadband content, and much, much more.
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Microsoft is extending the time it will allow original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and retail outlets to sell PCs with Windows XP as customers continue to balk on upgrading to Windows Vista. Microsoft had planned to stop selling XP through OEMs and retailers on Jan. 31, 2008, while custom system builders have until Jan. 31, 2009, to pre-install XP on machines. But because sales of Vista PCs have not been as strong as expected, OEMs and retailers have asked Microsoft to extend XP’s availability.
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BEIJING (Reuters) – Days after banning “sexually provocative sounds” on television, China has now stopped networks showing “saucy” adverts for push-up bras and figure-hugging underwear ahead of a major Communist Party meeting next month.
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AND FINALLY—
SAN FRANCISCO – Yahoo Inc. will jettison a little-used service for finding and rating audio programs known as “podcasts,” the latest casualty of the Internet company’s rejuvenation effort. The podcast section will be silenced Oct. 31, according to a notice posted on Yahoo’s Web site. It joins several other features that Yahoo has scrapped as it tries to snap out of a financial funk that has depressed its stock price and triggered a reshuffling of top management. Yahoo spokeswoman Carrie Davis said the company still hopes to blend its index of podcasts into another part of its Web site.
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