Monthly Archives: April 2009

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Swine Flu Spammers, What We can Learn

April 30, 2009 – Those nasty spammers are at it again. This time, they are trying to capitalize on the swine flu “pandemic”. So how do they get results? Well, first of all, very, very large lists. Second they are doing something all email… Read More

Women Busting Out In The Gaming Scene

April 30, 2009 – A study by Nielsen Games reported 29% of total PC game players were women ages 25 to 54. Gaming has grown increasingly popular among older players, other demographic groups—and women. According to, women gamers are to double by 2010. … Read More

It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s a Flogo!

April 23, 2009 – Trying to come up with new and eye catching way to advertise? How about using soap foam mixed with lighter-than-air gasses such as helium? Flogos – The result of such a mix – are flying foam logos that float through… Read More

Twitter-enabled box alerts customers to fresh bread

April 16, 2009 – BakerTweet is a way for busy bakers to tell the world that something hot and fresh has just come out of the oven. It’s as simple as turning the dial and hitting the button. All of the baker’s followers get… Read More

Twitter = Evil?

April 16, 2009 – Now, before you go off on me, I find it absolutely hilarious to think that Twitter actually lowers your moral compass. But apparently some “researchers” believe it does. New findings show that the streams of information provided by social networking… Read More

Electronic Will for your online identities

April 16, 2009 – Ever since the internet became an integral part of daily life, we’ve become accustomed to securing a wide range of online identities with usernames and passwords. Legacy Locker is a safe and secure repository for your digital property that lets… Read More

Men Spend More Time Online

April 16, 2009 – Retail marketing professionals often are thinking of enhanced methods to market to women, lest we forget our bountiful men! “Men spend more time online, conduct more searches on a daily basis and do not mind seeing ads,” says Lisa E.… Read More

Green Your Computer Usage

April 9, 2009 – Here’s a great article for those interested in lowering the carbon footprint while using their computer. It includes tips on things like using built-in power management tools and replacing your old power hungry CRT monitor with a LCD. Link to… Read More

Get paid for living your life!

April 9, 2009 – The internet is constantly changing its form of communication. Traditional forms of advertising aren’t as successful as they used to be. Everyday Models, a UK based company, has come up with a new approach to a new media landscape by… Read More

Purchases Are Influenced By Email Messages

April 8, 2009 – Many of Dotfusion’s retail clients this year have been noticing a strong lift in retail sales as result of email campaigns.  In the US, on average a retailer is sending 9.7 emails per month with the strongest emailing happening in… Read More

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