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January 23, 2006

Business communications: RSS vs. E-mail

Stephen Baker

This Performancing touts e-mailed newsletters as a great marketing tool--and a way to drive up the value of a blog. In the comments, there's very good discussion about the virtues of RSS vs e-mail in business.

If you asked me to communicate with a list of 200 people tomorrow, I wouldn't have a clue how to do it with RSS. Seth Godin points RSS wannabes to FeedCraft. Another choice is KnowNow.

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Hi Stephen

Happy New Year

Another choice is Nooked - we make it very simple for the "email marketers" folks to get on board with RSS

Regards

Fergus

Posted by: Fergus Burns at January 23, 2006 08:10 AM

Hi Steve,

After 8 months of working on my blog, I just "subscribed" nearly 1,000 of the clients in my personal mortgage practice using Feedblitz.com.

Now my challenge is to write content that will bring value to their lives rather than just being one more piece of junk mail.

The jury is still out!

Posted by: David Porter at January 23, 2006 11:40 AM


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