What We’re Reading - February 12

Posted by Lisa King under Interactive Marketing , Social Media , Technology , Web Analytics , Web Strategy

I'll be traveling for the next 2 weeks so here are some extra links to keep you occupied while I'm gone.

What's the Buzz

When we're not talking about snowpocalyse vs. snowmageddon vs. snowfecta here in Washington DC, everyone's trying to figure out Google Buzz. At the moment it seems to be more like Wave with more people talking about having it and trying to figure out what to do with it.

And of course, we're watching all the tweets from TED and wishing we were in California. You can watch the videos of the sessions as they are posted. My favorite so far is J.K. Rowling on the fringe benefits of failure.

I might have titled this When I ask for your opinion, I actually want it, but Seth Godin reminds us that when you're asked, it's not about being right.

Year in Review

comScore releases The Digital Year in Review. Download the white paper to see which consumer trends dominated the digital media scene in 2009.

What's your story?

Google reminds us that the story is everything during their Super Bowl ad


SEOMoz offers 30 SEO Bookmarklets to save you time of some of the most commonly used SEO datapoints.

Google has launched a new Adwords Online Classroom with hands-on line training in Adwords topics including optimization and using Analytics to improve your ROI.

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