Links for Monday, March 26, 2007

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  • Creating Passionate Users: User Community and ROI – “Today, this post will offer a few more tips on how to use your marketing budget (tiny as it may be) to build, support, and grow a user community from the beginning.
  • Hugh MacLeod: Edelman Talk – “Blogs allow you to cheaply and quickly begin a smarter conversation. And once you get it going, that conversation starts bleeding out into all other areas of your business- including advertising, PR and corporate communications.
  • Mike Arrington: Print Media Demise, Cont. – “Newspapers need to get over the mentality that they and they alone are qualified to gather, analyze and write news
  • IBM’s Employee Blogging Guidelines – “Don’t pick fights, be the first to correct your own mistakes, and don’t alter previous posts without indicating that you have done so.” – Via Debbie.
  • Virginia Hines: InfoWorld Brand Moves Online – “*The real story here is that over the last year the energy, enthusiasm, creativity, growth, and forward momentum at InfoWorld have increasingly coalesced around the online platform and events. *“
  • Ryan Carson: Web Apps 101: Your Three-Point Success Plan – “In this new series of articles, I will share valuable strategies and tips for building successful web apps. I’ll be covering everything from powerful marketing strategies, how to build a quality team, tips for great customer support and finally, exit strategies.
  • Alex Barnett: Thank you Microsoft, Hello Bungee Labs – “I can tell you this today – Bungee Labs is cool, the oh-my-that’s-the-coolest-thing-I’ve-seen-and-I-want-to-be-a-part-of-it-kind-of-cool-thing that gets me very excited. Hey, it had to be to take me away from a job, the people, the company and a city I love!
  • World’s Best Presentation Contest – “Enter your PowerPoint today – you could win a cool prize!