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In the lineup this week:
- Lynette Hundermark over at Gadgets and All Things Digital takes a hard (and hands-on) look at the new LinkedIn iPad App.
- Lisa Ciangiulli over at Optism explores how companies can reward and shape consumer behavior. What will commerce and marketing look like now that shoppers can earn value (loyalty points, free airtime etc) in exchange for participation (paying attention, ranking/rating, advocating and/or committing to a brand-sponsored charity event).
- MobyAffiliates — always a great source for lists, directories and practical mobile advice — brings us a roundup of the best mobile app promotion agencies, networks, and tools for marketing and distributing mobile applications.
- Joy Liuzzo makes her debut over at MobileGroove (where she is regular contributor on all things related to consumer behavior and research) looks at the emergence of Mobile Sentient Beings, and what brands and marketers have to do NOW to keep our trust and head off the public backlash destined to happen if privacy breaches continue.
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