Things that were delicious this week… 14 May, 2010
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Things that were delicious this week – 14 May, 2010
- Ian Lurie kicks off this week’s edition with his “19 ways to be a good marketing copywriter“. Some great reminders there for all of us who may lose sight of the basics occasionally.
- This piece from Jessica Lee over at Bruce Clay, “Content Boot Camp: Run a Mile in Your Reader’s Shoes“, would be worth it if only for the PDF questionnaire shared at the end of the post. But the rest of the post makes it all the sweeter.
- “Diesel Cam Brings Facebook To The Fitting Room“. Yeah, the link says it all, doesn’t it? But seriously, this is a fascinating use of Facebook at the point of sale.
- Dave Fleet looks at the new “Community” pages on Facebook, and why they might be a problem for your brand. It’s definitely something brand managers will want to keep an eye on. Read the piece here: “Why Facebook’s Community Pages Could Give Brands Headaches“.