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Jan 03, 2006


Tony Tanzillo

Perhaps it would be fair if the bloggers that are allowing themselves and their blogs to be used as instruments of marketing, provide some disclosure concerning the perks and benefits they receive from the vendor, in return for their deeds.

rachael Dalton-Taggart

In reference to Tony's comment above: I doubt that bloggers are getting any perks or compensation from the vendors. Indeed they are being 'used' for free to a much higher degree than the vendors can achieve with print (or non-blog) publications. If anyone wants a private explanation of that second part, please email me :) I don't have the courage to reveal certain views in public.

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