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    January 30, 2008

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    GoingLikeSixty

    Very thoughtful post.

    Too bad that Target doesn't get it, and blew off a blogger. Will it kill them? No. But it sure could have helped if handled differently.

    Would a Target Fashion blog help? Dunno. But if I was Target, I sure would give it a try.

    Drop me an email - or facebook when you have a technorati "favorite me." :-) Marketing!

    Hjörtur Smárason

    Thanks for dropping by, GoingLikeSixty.

    I just read your post on the Target case on Trend Hunter (www.trendhunter.com). It's very interesting to look at that case and surprising that a company like Target has such an attitude towards the blogosphere.

    Cheers
    Hjörtur

    ps. My feedflare at the bottom of each post isn't working. But you can find all the bookmarking options you need in the lower left corner of the page.

    eve isk

    Too bad that Target doesn't get it, and blew off a blogger. Will it kill them? No. But it sure could have helped if handled differently.

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    It's very interesting to look at that case and surprising that a company like Target has such an attitude towards the blogosphere.

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    I just read your post on the Target case on Trend Hunter (www.trendhunter.com). It's very interesting to look at that case and surprising that a company like Target has such an attitude towards the blogosphere.

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