Clipped: ClickZ for April 1, 2005

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Here are today’s “ClickZ”:http://www.clickz.com articles:
* “Cross-Media Challenges”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/brand/buzz/article.php/3494411 (Pamela Parker)
* “Rich Media Darwinism”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/ad/rich_media/article.php/3493991 (Dorian Sweet)
* “Accelerated Keyword and Engine Testing, Part 1”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/search/strat/article.php/3494036 (Kevin Lee)
* “Web Analytics: Exciting Times Ahead”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/crm/traffic/article.php/3493976: (Bryan Eisenberg)

Clipped: ClickZ for March 31, 2005

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Here are today’s “ClickZ”:http://www.clickz.com articles:
* “GoText Offers PPC Ads to Niche Marketers”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/media/media_buy/article.php/3493636 (Tessa Wegert)
* “How to Plan, and Measure, Online Event Marketing”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/crm/actionable_analysis/article.php/3493696 (Heidi Cohen)
* “Rich Media Ads Proliferating”:http://www.clickz.com/stats/sectors/advertising/article.php/3493936 (Sean Michael Kerner)

Clipped: ClickZ for March 30, 2005

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Here are today’s “ClickZ”:http://www.clickz.com articles:
* “Who Took the Cookies From the Behavioral Cookie Jar?”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/media/behavioral_marketing/article.php/3493496 (Andy Chen)
* “How to Retain a Good In-House SEM Professional”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/search/opt/article.php/3493331 (P.J. Fusco)
* “Web Publishers: Cleaning Up Our Environment”:http://www.clickz.com/experts/brand/emkt_strat/article.php/3493306 (David Cohen)

Webnames.ca Newsletter Changes

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Canadian domain registrar “Webnames.ca”:http://www.webnames.ca looks like it still has faith in e-mail newsletters (and so it should). Here’s their announcement to their current list telling of changes coming:
bq.. Dear Subscriber to Webnames.ca’s Monthly Newsletter,
This notice is to inform you that Webnames.ca will be publishing a new and improved monthly newsletter which will debut in April. The new newsletter replaces Webnames.ca’s monthly newsletter and is named “The Server Room”. It will include a new design, new monthly features and high-quality articles written by industry experts. We will highlight issues of importance to Internet-era businesses, profile real-world web experiences, offer relevant news summaries and, in general, try to earn your attention with incisive articles aimed at your needs.
Be on the lookout for “The Server Room” which will be delivered to your mailbox the first week of April. We are confident that you will find it interesting, worthwhile and informative and welcome your feedback after you have seen it.
Sincerely,
Webnames.ca Inc.
p. As a subscriber _I_ was pretty happy to see they’d be upping the quality of the e-mail, but then again I’m a marketer. I’m not sure _all_ subscribers will be thrilled about another e-mail in their inbox if it doesn’t directly benefit them – and this doesn’t.

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Links for March 30, 2005

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Here is your “link tank” for March 29, 2005.
* “Globe & Mail – ID theft Canadians’ biggest on-line worry”:http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20050329.wphish0329/BNStory/National/?grp=news&site=theglobeandmail&l1=RSS&l2=National&page=story&id=wphish0329
* “Traffick – Google Changes Rules of Analytics Game; Acquires Urchin”:http://www.traffick.com/2005/03/google-changes-rules-of-analytics-game.asp
* “Michael Geist – The Real Story Behind Canadas Copyright Plans”:http://www.michaelgeist.ca/blog_arch.php?blog_date=20050328&day=28&&month=03&year=2005&blog_disp_vars=days&blog_arch=2&v=99
* “Tessa Wegert – Media buyers like to have their calls returned”:http://tessawegert.blogs.com/ttime/2005/03/media_buyers_li.html
* “A Penny For… – WOMMA Summit – Day 1”:http://www.apennyfor.com/movable_weblog/000852.html
* “Forrester – Yahoo! 360: A great start”:http://blogs.forrester.com/charleneli/2005/03/yahoo_360_a_gre.html