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July 31, 2006

Links Du Jour 07-31-06

  • Mastering New Marketing Practices - John Hagel writes about how Brands will become even more important and valuable in this new marketing world, and should make the transition to a new, customer-centric brand promise. This means that a new brand name that resonates with its target market should communicate this promise: “Buy from me because I know you as an individual customer better than anyone else and you can trust me to use that knowledge to configure the right bundle of products and services to meet your individual needs.”
  • Domain Names - Points To Consider When Choosing One - Simon L demonstrates in this post how careful one must be when choosing a domain name for your brand. He suggests a few ideas: incorporating the most searched for term in your market into your domain name, considering the memorable-brand route, and keeping your domain name short, for greater memorability. He also recommends you Stay Away From Hyphenated Domains!

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Posted by William Lozito at July 31, 2006 9:28 AM
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