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September 09, 2007

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Dave

That's a post, David. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. In my own business, I'm finding that I'm spending a lot more time educating my clients about this very topic.

Scott Monty

This is critical right now. Ogilvy just posted their Blogger Outreach
Code of Ethics, which is a must-read. http://blog.ogilvypr.com/?p=238

Of course, it might help if they get the blogger's name right too. http://www.scottmonty.com/2007/09/they-almost-had-me.html

Christine

David,

All I can say, is thank you!!! This is great information.

David Meerman Scott

Dave, Scott, and Christine:

It is my pleasure. I'm glad this is helpful!

Cheers, David

Kristen

Great post. I am new to social media marketing with no formal training and of course I have made numerous mistakes. But the best part is...I learn from each one and am able to move on with more knowledge than before. Tips like these really help!

Sally Felkai

David thanks for pointing me to these posts and others in answer to my blogger outreach question on the Pragmatic Marketing site. All very helpful as we develop our launch plan.

Your webinar (found here http://www.pragmaticmarketing.com/resources/archived-webinars/webinar_archive )
was really helpful as well.

Bobby Roberts

I am a blogger and I respond to press release inquiries that sound smart, innovative, and professional. Spelling errors usually get me to stop reading the email and ignore the emailer.

Social Media Marketing

this is interesting.

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