Kim, ok then yes you were emoting very impressively in that vblog. I was jealous. You do make a good point, communicating a password to the right ears amid the hustle and bustle of Saturday night at a much heralded club will be no easy task. And yes many will look down their noses at vouchers, coupons etc as belonging to dorks, the uncool, or the B&T crowd. I freely admit that I use them.
On a first date and you pull out a coupon from Family Circle.
Loosen up? Did you watch that video? I get any looser I am going to be all over the floor. I do have in mind the quite manic atmosphere outside and inside New York clubs and all the likely problems arising from getting the right password to the right person. It's hard enough convincing people you're on the guest list. Maybe it's a little more laidback in L.A.
Kim, loosen up please. Do I detect a New York East Coast bias, or maybe someone who is a bit too intimidated by his über cool dining partners and their disdain for Kim’s hard earned dog-eared Open Table vouchers.
I for one plan on taking the beautiful Mrs B and flying out to LA for an exclusive all Bevvy weekend. This despite the fact that I can’t get out of my mind today’s blog from Taimer that opens with,"Amid the plethora of useless Internet Websites,...".
ICANN's plan to create new top-level domains doesn't do the Internet user community any good. Instead, it puts companies at risk of having trademark names held hostage, and it lines ICANN's pockets. Guess what the motivation is here!
The whole Amazon.reader debate is a double-stupid. It's stupid to think that there's any e-book buyer who doesn't know Amazon's URL, and it was stupider to let ICANN launch the whole free-form TLD initiative to start with.
Edmunds separates customers into segments based on the info it collects on its site and from partners, and uses that to push out custom content, said Brian Baron, director of business analytics for Edmunds.com, at Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
The automotive website uses propensity modeling to target ads and customer registration forms, said Brian Baron, director of business analytics for Edmunds.com, at Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
The automotive website uses propensity modeling of customer behavior to convert more site visitors into leads, says Brian Baron, director of business analytics, in an interview at the Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
Marissa Mayer at Yahoo has come out with her strategy on turning the company around: culture, company, calibration, and compensation. But Yahoo needs to have a technical approach to the mobile cloud opportunity, not a management theory lesson.
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