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The RIM Marketing Survival Guide


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+1 on that one. Despite the optimistic glomuar around this annoucement non-BB users need to know as soon as possible if their mobile platform is still an equal priority for Tungle/RIM or if they are better looking for an alternate solution right away. We should even create a TungleWatch group on Facebook or Linkedin to share good and bad news. We could also use it to put our research of alternate services in motion just in case our nightmare comes true.This is not paranoia, you know. Yahoo has acquired MyBlogLog a few years ago, they never developed it further and now that they close it at the end of this week, my blog is left with a big hole in the page footer. I hope RIM will be more clever.

Saturday, July 28 @ 12:45 am | Reply



I would like to know the telephone number of the Marketing Department of RIM. I think they┬┤re located in Miami.

Thank you!

Ambar Mejia

Monday, May 28 @ 11:21 am | Reply

Goodwin Gibson

Agree the time is now to buy RIM stock. While the power of their brand has become an issue the biggest opportunity for RIM remains to re-engage their users and extended brand community through a focus on integrating their Social Media and CRM strategies and activities.

Wednesday, February 15 @ 1:53 pm | Reply

Tony Chapman

The Perfect time to buy RIM stock. Undervalued, great balance sheet, strong relationships with business that can be leveraged, Prem Watsa our Warren Buffet in Canada has bought over 5% of the company.

They are down, but far from out. Nortel patents could be worth $5-$15 a share

Monday, January 23 @ 4:17 pm | Reply