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My favorite RSS reader

Web Worker Daily had a post on whether iGoogle or Netvibes was better.  I just wanted to voice my vote that I too have been down the path of the My Yahoo page, to iGoogle and am now extremely happy with Netvibes.

I stopped using the My yaho page when Istopped using Yahoo’s mail client.  While I see they have made many changes, I so much happier with the Gmail format.  When I saw the Google hompage, now called iGoogle, I loved the ajax-y goodness of it and the fact that I could have everything right in front of me.  Then someone introduced me to Netvibes and it just clicked more with me. Not sure if it’s the layout or what, but with all the random feeds I read constantly all over the place, I find Netvibes just an easy way to manage them all.

I even went back a couple days ago to see if I could like iGoogle again.  I love their attempt to have skins, but then I found the same capabilty and even better in Netvibes (mine is now a pretty green and pink with grass blades on top – reading the news is pretty now! 😛 ).

So I am a Netvibes gal after all.  </unpaid endorsement>

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I am a data & results driven Digital Media Influencer with over 15 years of experience in engagement, family marketing, scaling infrastructure and audience culture across a product’s lifetime from pre-launch to millions of users. Strategic Vision & Business Development: • Articulated corporate integrated digital marketing strategies for 10 children’s entertainment properties across multiple digital channels • Authored a comprehensive business plan for scalable online community infrastructure for internal and external partners and successfully participated in a thorough VC due diligence process • Increased sales revenue by 20% while managing 6 million dollars of annual revenue in existing business services. Production & Project Management: • Developed multiple 2D & 3D multi-player virtual worlds, online games & apps based on repurposed/original assets • Produced 12 animated 2-minute shorts for broadcast on television & developed animation production department workflows • Launched multiple major website redesigns to include more fan interaction • Led workflow & process optimization teams to improve operational effectiveness/productivity. Audience Engagement & Research: • Developed domestic and international audience research programs both on & offline for both parent and children audiences • Grew multiple audiences from pre-launch to tens of millions by using organic, as well as established marketing tactics. Team Management & Relationship Building: • Designed team management & organizational structures for multiple Web Content and Web Marketing departments including international remote teams of staff in North & South America, Europe and Asia. • Managed teams in multiple disciplines, including customer service, social media engagement, production, moderation, marketing, design, tech and content development. • Extensive client, vendor and partner management experience in television, licensing, digital, e-commerce & customer service industries

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