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  1. 5 Reasons Why People Hate International Search Marketing

    Skype feels like AOL instant messenger with the ability to talk through it. Personally, I love international search marketing and am very passionate about it. Don’t even bring it up around me unless you're prepared to listen to me chat about it for...

  2. 5 Things That Haven’t Changed Online Since 1997 & 5 Lessons for Marketers

    They provide your email, your chat groups, your instant messenger, even your daily news. I'm starting to feel like I've come full circle. I'm back in the Internet of my teenage years, that crazy free for all that got me hooked on everything online.

  3. Yahoo to Launch New, Comprehensive Mobile Portal

    Messenger - An upgraded version of Yahoo! s popular mobile instant messaging service. Mobile. It will be available via mobile web and downloadable mobile applications for the iPhone as well as smartphones powered Nokia, RIM, Samsung, Sony Ericsson...

  4. Will Social Networks Become the New Inbox?

    I was shocked by the incredulous look on her face and even more shocked at her response that she didn't use e-mail that much since it was too formal, she would rather use instant messenger on her phone or post comments based on people's activities...

  5. A Challenge to our Attention-Challenged Generation

    As I deal with that, my instant messenger client pops up a window telling me I have someone trying to contact me over there. They help bring a deeper perspective to your work, something that day-to-day job execution makes difficult to otherwise...

  6. SEM Tools of the Experts

    Chris Winfield, president of global internet marketing firm 10e20, reflects his success as a communicator with his choices of "Trillian Instant Messenger, Firefox, Tor, Yahoo Site Explorer and Digg. Andrew Goodman of Page Zero Media, a famed author...

  7. Poynt Gives New Local Search Option for Windows Live Messenger Users

    Windows Live Messenger users have a new option for local search in the U.S. To use the service, consumers add the Poynt "buddy" to their contact list in Windows Live Messenger and interact with it like they would their other IM contacts.