Indigo Goes Community, Lex Was There

I’m delighted to announce that I’ve been invited to write for .  I’ve been reading   since Tara got me hooked.  When invited me to write for them, I jumped at the chance. The contributor list reads like a who’s who of Canadian internet marketing. If you are at all interested in what’s happening online from a marketing, business and communications perspective   is an invaluable resource.

Here’s a link to my first article for  on new social networking community which soft-launches today: Monday September 24, 2007.


Indigo Goes Community

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New contributor (and Cheap Eats publisher) Alexa Clark got a sneak peak at Canadian book giant Indigo’s new Community Network last week. Will Indigo’s first foray into social media reach the bestseller list or end up in the remainder bin? Click through for Alexa’s review of the site’s features and her take on what’s working and what could work better.

Read Indigo Goes Community


Of course writing for yet another blog requiring yet .  These bios are starting getting in the way of me doing anything to put in them.

6 thoughts on “Indigo Goes Community, Lex Was There

  • September 25, 2007 at 12:39 pm
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    Sorry I wasn’t any help with your testing, Lex. But then again, based on my feelings about F@cebook, you probably knew I wouldn’t be.

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  • September 25, 2007 at 12:39 pm
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    No worries… you know it’s not F*book right? Indigo has built their very own social networking platform. yes, another place your friends will be inviting you to join and you’ll have to rant about. Might as well get your notes ready. ;->

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  • September 25, 2007 at 12:40 pm
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    meh. We’ll just adapt the last rant. You know what would be funny is if we really started promoting the Indigo site and sort of made it “our thing” – and urged people to use it instead of F-book. Not gonna happen, but it would be funny in as much as irony is ever funny.

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  • September 25, 2007 at 12:41 pm
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    that crossed my mind… show those b*tards what it’s like to be invited and re-invited and nagged to participate…
    Irony… humour that always falls flat.
    (get it? hunh, hunh? get it?)

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  • September 25, 2007 at 12:41 pm
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    As opposed to puns – which are, evidently, ALWAYS funny.

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