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I know that the parallel between God and Google is starting to be a cliche, but somehow since the beta launch of Google+ this came top of mind again for me. As Google just added yet another divine quality to its already quite potent set of services to us humble servants of Google. : )

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A while ago I wrote a post on my blog called ‘The customer is no longer king… he is God.’ In this post I argued that with the convergence between the virtual and the real world through mobile and social media, and the increasing value of the customer’s voice, brands will have to re-think the way they will remain relevant to people by adopting an outside-in approach at the core to their business strategy.

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To further strengthen our global online design team at Philips Amsterdam I am currently looking for 3 new people!

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Actually the title should have said something like ‘a first attempt at understanding web design for Chinese markets’, but that did not sound as cool. (Thanks @AskAaronLee for inspiring this title.)

I have felt a bit like Robert Langdon, in the Dan Brown book The Da Vinci Code, for the past few months, as I have been trying to unravel the mysterious (to me) cultural codes driving Chinese web design. This because I am more and more often faced professionally with the challenge to create web experiences also for Chinese markets.

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In 2010 I had the pleasure to speak at a few iStrategy conferences across the world. This was a fruitful and great learning experience as I have met a lot of people from the digital marketing industry with a lot of interesting views on the digital world.

I now have the privilege to write for the new iStrategy blog, where I will contribute a blog post every week.

So keep an eye out for my ‘Digital Thoughts‘ and ramblings about socialmedia, digital strategy and design at my own little corner on the iStrategy site.

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Privacy & Social Media | Is Nothing Sacred Anymore?

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