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April 04, 2007

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It is NOT a place where spammers and obnoxious sellers can hock their wares.

They are using my personal space for free advertising.

Is that any way to start a relationship? Is this someone I want to do business with????? No way.

Holly


Stephanie

Don't you just love it when spammers prove your points? My site got a comment from them too, but of course it wasn't appropriate, and was deleted.

Sad part is how often spam comments make it through.

Victor

This is a great post! Though its light hearted, you touch on a really serious underlying issue that just so many people don't get. Advertising must be on the customers terms! This is not a generation issue; it is a revision to the science of marketing. Any invasive advertising is immediately dismissed.

Spamming is the most egregious form of invasive marketing. Seriously, nothing demonstrates a companies lack of marketing savvy more than spam. The exception being those nifty nigerian email scams :)

In general, any marketing or communications on your end must be subservient to the user's actions. Take MOXI DVR for instance, offered by Time Warner cable. If you click on the menu button, there is a 'movies playing' option you can click on to checkout whats on. But what do they do? Time Warner ingeniously decides to list 89 pay per view movies that no one will ever buy - thus conditioning people to avoid this function at all costs. And how many more pay per view movies does this sell for them? My guess is 3 a year.


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