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Marketing Wonk has changed their name (again) to MarketingVox. Apparently “wonk” has a negative connotation to some people. As part of the change, the “I-” series of discussion lists are being changed to reflect the new branding. So I-Sales becomes MarketingVox Commerce and the other lists have similar changes. I-Blog, the list I moderate, not only has a new name, but a new editorial focus as well. Rather than just discussing blogs in business, we’re now talking about all sorts of online publishing. I-Blog is now MarketingVox Publishing.

If you have a question about CMSs, want to talk about the best content strategies to increase sales leads, or are wondering about the changing business model for online newspapers, MV|Publishing is the place to do it.

David
March 26, 2004 6:00 PM

What do they do at MarketingVox? I went there and I got a headache as soon as I hit the frontpage. Certainly not going back, pretty confussing.

Andy Bourland
March 29, 2004 12:51 PM

Sorry you were so "confussed", David. Or is that confused? Either way, MarketingVOX|Publishing is a site dedicated to news and discussion for online publishers. Given that Adam is the Moderator of the discussion, you can be assured that it's pretty good stuff. Andy Bourland Publisher MarketingVOX.com

Vaspers the Grate
January 23, 2005 12:37 AM

I clocked on the link to Marketing Vox Publishing and got message that the page doesn't exist. I want to sign up for the blogging discussion list. Email me info, please. Thanks. No I don't click on links, I clock on them. Long and bitter story.

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