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The mission of the PediaNetwork® is to provide consumers with EXACTLY the information they want, EXACTLY when they want it, from an independent third-party consumers can trust and remember, about the products and services that consumers want to buy.

The PediaNetwork® publishes consumer information encyclopedias on products and services, as well as the companies that provide them. The PediaNetwork® is 100% consumer aligned, 100% transparent and fully embraces the Project VRM (Vendor Relationship Management) principles and goals.


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PediaNetwork® Marketing News:
Carnival Of Hypocrisy
8 Jun 2020 at 3:02pm
"By 2017, American companies had put at least $2.6 trillion into offshore tax shelters...Nike had $12.2 billion.... The company estimates that if its $12.2 billion was repatriated to the U.S., it would owe $4.1 billion in U.S. taxes... Designat...
Puzzles and Mysteries
13 Apr 2020 at 6:10pm
I was rummaging through old blog posts and came upon this one from almost 13 years ago. Since no one read my blog 13 years ago, and I liked this post, I thought I'd re-post it.An article by Malcolm Gladwell in The New Yorker leads me to believe th...
A Seriously Imperfect Species
9 Apr 2020 at 4:28pm
I wrote this a few days ago but didn't post it because I felt uncomfortable about posting non-positive things during this unpleasant period.  However, after reading the great Mark Ritson's column today, and seeing that he isn't afraid to be level-...
Branding And Grandstanding
30 Mar 2020 at 4:57pm
I sometimes listen to branding "experts" talk and wonder if they live on the same planet I do. I hear them say...Consumers want to ?join the conversation? about brands.Consumers want to co-create with brands.Brands need to create communities of en...
Sugar And Technology
24 Feb 2020 at 7:13pm
For a good part of human history food didn't taste so good. That's why spices from the Far East were such treasured commodities in the West.In the seventeenth century sugar imported from New Guinea and India became more easily available in England...

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