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A Note to Readers
from Ann Handley
Chief Content Officer

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Cinco de Mayo

We just announced the dates of our MarketingProfs B2B Forum in Boston next year, which takes place May 4 and 5, 2010.

I know, I know... it's barely past Halloween, and I'm already talking about Cinco de Mayo. But I'm mentioning it now in hopes that you'll help us shape next spring's agenda.

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Here at 'Profs, we really do pride ourselves on delivering what you want to hear, so we'd love your insight on what you think the event should cover, and what problems we can help you solve, and all that. Please take 60 seconds and weigh in by voting for your ideas (and adding new ones) here. Thanks!

Also this week: Are you using Twitter? You might have heard how Twitter has created Twitter Lists, which means that users can curate lists of Twitter accounts. We've created three lists here at MarketingProfs that you might be interested in following:

You can see a list of all MarketingProfs employees who are active on Twitter here.

A list of MarketingProfs bloggers is here.

And finally, here's a growing list of MarketingProfs members.

I just created the Members list this past weekend, so if you aren't on it and want to be, send a shout on Twitter referencing the #marketinggenius hashtag. (Something simple will do it: Like, "Hey, Ann! Add me to the #marketinggenius MarketingProfs Member list!")

A handy thing about lists is that you can follow a list in its entirety, thereby connecting you with other MarketingProfs Genius-Members all at once. Much easier than hunting for each other individually, or stumbling into each other randomly. Cool, huh?

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