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January 17, 2008, 9:01 am
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listen to this folks they're claiming this is the future for all
marketing including adsense. Read my little blurb about possibly the
wave of the future below.
A permission based marketing forum called Squidoo has been started by
Seth Godin he's an early pioneer of "Viral Marketing".
Nearly ten years ago, Seth founded Yoyodyne, which originated the idea
of permission marketing online. After Yahoo acquired Yoyodyne, he
served as VP of Direct Marketing for Yahoo for about a year.
In 2000, Godin focused full-time on his career as an acclaimed public
speaker, an author and a blogger. Several of Seth's books have been
bestsellers somewhere around the world, and his blog has been picked
as the best business blog by several leading publications. Seth's head
is one of the most recognizable author icons in business.
Right now Squidoo is in Beta, eventually it will be a co-op which will
pay Squidoo "writers" called Lensmasters, or let them build a Squidoo
page for a charity. It is still in Beta but even before coming out of
Beta it is now
Rumor has it a major media campaign about to be launched concerning
Squidoo by a PR firm and expert who helped launch MillionDollarHome
Page.com for Alex Tew, which led to 3-million unique visitors in a
With all that being said check it out it may well be worth your time
to investigate this new opportunity check out my first lens and let me
know what you think here it is: http://www.squidoo.com/SmileyWebb
If your interested in your own lensmaster page. Here is a link you can
go to and start your own Squidoo page
Hey this is a way to have fun and make some extra cash too! The cool
thing is this it's free and I think it probably always will be free
knowing Seth Godin.
If you like this article and check out my Squidoo Lens why not give me
a vote it would be very much appreciated.
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