A Different Kind of Blog

Welcome to a different kind of blog.

Many blogs dedicate themselves to tracking and discussing the spectrum of sub-topics within one subject. This is a multifaceted discussion directed at emphasizing, dissecting and analyzing the junctions reported in the latest news, blog discussions, research findings and emerging trends defining …

The marketing of the fastest growing US consumer demographic;

The game-changing online interactive marketing revolution;

Complex and competitive realm of successful B2B marketing;

The emerging Latin American economic powerhouse, Brazil.

Within recent developments these four indisputably important topics have had some convergence and created fascinating topics of marketing conversation. At least once a week this forum will publish one posting focused on one of these areas and will incorporate any relevant additional insight from at least one of the other three arenas.

More Transparent Blogging

A practice I hope becomes more common among bloggers is the improved documentation of the information that fuels discussion. Below I have provided links to the sources of information I regularly track:

My personal bloglines.com blogroll: http://www.bloglines.com/public/MMRBlog

A complete list of delicious bookmarks: http://delicious.com/MarketResearcher

I would encourage you to use my bookmarks as a platform from which to begin research you may have in the latest developments within any of the four areas this blog encompasses.


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Impressive article. Waiting for you to continue the topic.

Anete Hakkinen

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