Items tagged with rssads

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Tagging ads

April 18, 2006 - 180 words
Tagging, icons, advertising, entreprenuership, application lists, and more are in this edition of Simplelinks
Also tagged as: advertising folksonomy icons iso jeffjarvis metrics osx osxapps php rest sessions simplelinks tags

Creative Weblogging: listening to customers

March 5, 2006 - 222 words
I asked Creative Weblogging to bring back full text feeds. They’re trying it out.
Also tagged as: businessblog creativeweblogging customerservice pheedo torstenjacobi

More dumb feed advertising: Icerocket

March 4, 2006 - 104 words , 1 comment
Add Icerocket to the list of companies who don’t have an RSS advertising clue.
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