Adobe spamming or being 'smart'?

, posted: 5-Sep-2006 21:25

Swissmiss notes that Adobe has a set up a account and posted heaps of bookmarks there. She thinks it's a good resource, and in some ways it is but... isn't this "social bookmarking spamming"? I mean, how hard is it to find all that stuff through Google or even Adobe's own search engine?

Commercial entities hitting is nothing new so you'd think Adobe would be careful here. Posting 537 items to promote your company seems a bit excessive.

How many other big companies use like this?

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