Sometimes it takes a beating to learn a lesson. Dell took a brutal beating earlier this week when they launched their new blog, one2one, and it looks like they had some sense knocked into them.
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You may have noticed that every Friday, Cameron and I post about humor and news. Cameron usually writes a catchup with all the hottest Internet marketing news of the week and I write a couple of marketing related humor posts.
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Dell has launched a new corporate blog, one2one, but rather than the traditional warm welcome most major corporate blogs receive Dell’s has received nothing but a fierce kick-in-the-ass. Surely by now you’ve seen or read about the whole fiasco.
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