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Windows 7: Reading the Microsoft advertising tea leaves for 2010.

30 Mar 2010   #1
JMH

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Reading the Microsoft advertising tea leaves for 2010.

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Microsoft has a bunch of new consumer-centric ad campaigns coming in 2010, timed to hit with a variety of new products that are slated to launch this year. Although Microsoft and its ad agency partners arenít yet ready to divulge the actual ads, David Webster, the chief strategy officer in Microsoftís central marketing group, offered some insights about what the company is thinking about on the ad front for 2010.
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Reading the Microsoft advertising tea leaves for 2010 | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com


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