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Major League Baseball is not acting in its own best interests

For those of you who do not know, and per Wikipedia, the Commissioner of Baseball is the chief executive of Major League Baseball (MLB) and its associated minor leagues – a constellation of leagues and clubs known as organized baseball.  Under the direction of the Commissioner, the … Continue reading

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Content marketing and keyword rich blogs – a happy marriage for now

Since I do a great deal of writing, some of what I write is to be considered ‘content marketing’. A term that only a few years ago was non-existent. Wikipedia defines content marketing in the following fashion: ‘Content marketing is … Continue reading

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MySpace – is it going no place?

One report had MySpace with 66 million users as of June 2010. Another had MySpace with 110 million people that are monthly active users on MySpace.com including 1 in 4 Americans. While those numbers pale in comparison to Facebook’s nearly … Continue reading

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Groupon had a very good week

Facebook launched its new location based service ‘Places’ last week. Like many things with new Facebook products invasion of privacy was an issue. In the case of Facebook places it allows your friends to broadcast where you are and they … Continue reading

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Do you have a bottle of Tabasco in your home?

I just had breakfast at the local diner and as usual I asked for Tabasco for my eggs. (Ok egg white omelet on the off chance my doctor might read this). Tabasco has been made by the McIlhenny Company out … Continue reading

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