Don't push it, say users and Web marketers

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Push was supposed to be the hot technology of the year, but so far response to it has been cool.

Push--generally defined as information that's delivered to Web users via their PCs over personal broadcast services or e-mail--has been hyped as a targeted Web medium that will deliver marketers' messages straight to consumers.

However, the numbers are showing that the response from users and marketers is less than overwhelming.

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