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I’ve joined the staff of MarketingWonk as the new moderator of I-Blog, an email discussion list focused on the use of weblogs in business and marketing. I’ll also be posting news that might be of interest to the marketing and blogging community at MarketingWonk.

The first issue of the list digest under my leadership went out a few minutes ago. Subscribers to I-Blog will recognize that this is the first new issue in months and may wonder what that means. The list is being restarted after a hiatus and a change in moderators. Rick did a great job in getting the list started and setting the tone, now it’s my job to help the list realize it’s full potential.

For the forseeable future, issues will come out weekly, but as discussion picks up, we may move to twice a week. Right now I’d rather have a quality list that comes out less often than to try to fill too many issues at once.

If you are interested in what blogging means to businesses, subscribe to I-Blog.

Phillip Harrington
January 19, 2004 12:39 PM

Looks neat! Aint got the bread! :-)

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