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March 5, 2005

All Blog Comments Gone

Now I did it. Frustrated with all the comment spam on my blogs I installed a plug-in to remove it all or most of it - comment spam that is - but not the relevant comments from real people. Now, all comments are gone:(

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October 7, 2004

Third E-zine Issue Stats

Hard data on the third e-zine delivery stats with some interesting developements ...

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September 9, 2004

Second E-zine Issue Stats

Hard data on our e-zine delivery stats, more precisely from the second e-zine issue sent ...

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September 1, 2004

No More Comments

We're closing down most of the comment features throughout due to an increasing comment spam problem. But no worries, the Marketing Diary comments will continue to work ...

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August 31, 2004

New "Marketing Without E-mail" Column ... Why Are We Publishing It?

Want to know more about publishing without e-mail? We have a new regular column for you, and it's certainly different from what you can usually read on the internet. Even I don't agree with it:)

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August 23, 2004

First E-zine Issue Stats

More hard data on our e-zine delivery stats. The actual relative numbers haven't changed noticably in comparison with the first e-zine mailing (the announcement) we did.

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August 19, 2004

The Difficulties of Delivering e-Mail & The First Issue of the infoMarketing e-Zine Coming Tomorrow!

Check out the metrics we got from sending out the e-mail announcement for our new e-zine. Delivering e-mail is becoming increasinly harder, and here are some numbers just to show you how much harder. Also take a look at a 'brand new' e-mail delivery model ...

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April 14, 2004

Design, HTML and CSS for Marketers

Marketers aren't designers or techies, right? Well, at least to some extent it is useful to be one, as I learned once again from developing the web site.

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