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thanks for your advices. I run a traditional website (not a blog): do you know any existing tool/widget for embedding rating or reviews of product experiences?
ciao da una caldissima Venezia..

Liz:

I think it also depends on corporate culture. Some organizations are more open to learning than others.

From your blog to corporate ears! You give marketers a good name. I wish these principles were more widely adopted.

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