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Choose a MySpace Layout Carefully
[ 6 Jul 2007 | No Comment | 1,964 supporters ]

In case you are a MySpace user, you have discovered what an easy to read and fun profile looks like. The one problem is, you may not be aware of how to make or find out one. In about most of the cases when you see an awful MySpace layout, because its sloppiness, hard to read, or has bothersome hyper links you didn’t even visit. That is for MySpace is known to be flourishing so much, so have the layout spinning sites. In realism, MySpace layout sites have been …

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What I Learned From The Novice Networker – 5 Key Traits
[ 6 May 2007 | No Comment | 872 supporters ]

More and more I’ve been facilitating progressive networking events where participants switch tables three times over the course of the evening to interact with three different groups of people.
It’s one of my favorite events to lead, and attendees enjoy them as well because they really maximize the number of connections they can make in a very short amount of time and know exactly what to do next to follow up. And when the events are done well – and I always strive to go the extra mile – people also …

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Futuremark Inc. Appoints Oliver Baltuch as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, North America
[ 11 Apr 2006 | No Comment | 1,066 supporters ]

 
Baltuch brings 20 years of strategic marketing and semiconductor experience for tier one semiconductor companies
Saratoga, CA – April 5th, 2006 – Futuremark® Inc., developer of the world’s most popular benchmarks for PCs and handheld devices, announced today the appointment of Oliver Baltuch as vice president of sales and marketing, North America. He will report directly to Tero Sarkkinen, President of Futuremark Inc. Baltuch will be responsible for driving Futuremark’s business in North America. Oliver’s role encompasses recruiting new IT industry partners into Futuremark’s Benchmark Development Programs, driving the marketing …

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