Blog in Development

Posted on December 29, 2008. Filed under: Blog Development |

It is not much right now, but soon I hope this blog will attract the fascinating marketing research conversation on a variety of topics that combine interactive internet marketing, BRIC market developments, B2B marketing trends and of course Hispanic consumer marketing trends. Until I officially begin blogging regularly I encourage you to read the “about this researcher” and “what is this blog about?” If you were wondering, I am currently going the through the process of identifying the best blogs to include in my blog roll, reaching out to other bloggers with similar interests and identifying the first topics that I will blog about.


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2 Responses to “Blog in Development”

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Thanks for including my blog in your blog roll. Look forward to reading your posts!

I’m impressed you found it before I was ready to post anything of import. Your blog is of double importance since it covers interactive online marketing B2B arena. I’m looking forward to future discussions with you and many others!

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