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November 20, 2007


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Fantastic review! Sounds like every marketer (including me!) should grab a copy. Thank you for the recommendation.


Interesting post.

Useful insight about older / versus younger people. I wonder if anyone has any info on the split between younger and older people (in regards to advertising audiences) on the internet.


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