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Social Media Agenda: 2014

December 17, 2013 by

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Put down that shopping list, and dust off your crystal ball. It’s time to peer into the next 12 months, as we sort out the future of Social Media. Every week since 2009 we’ve been taking apart the micro trends. What’s happening with mobilty, customer service, marketing, and social change? Next up, this coming Wednesday, […]

Should Social Entrepreneurs Collaborate? 4 Reasons Why

March 26, 2013 by

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In our new Social Change series at #SMCHAT, we’ve been discussing how to recognize a Social Entrepreneur, a person who is intentional and focused on advancing the social good in a sustainable way. It’s a noble pursuit, but one that can be extremely difficult to pursue in a vacuum. So let’s ask a relational question. […]

Chemistry or Alchemy: What Makes a #Chat Community Thrive?

January 31, 2012 by

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We’ve been doing a weekly #SMCHAT for almost three years now.  We can look back at some interesting, intriguing and even downright fascinating exchanges. We’ve had lots of laughs. But let’s face facts.  Most of us have never met.  We’re friends via avatar in 140c sound bites. How can this be? Is it good old-fashioned chemistry, […]

Marketing Blogs: What Can We Learn From Them?

November 15, 2011 by

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I’ve written blog posts about marketing before. They include a lot of what I’ve learned over the last few years from reading, talking with others, and whatever experience I’ve had. That said, if someone’s goal was to learn the most about the subject, they’d be much better served reading people like Seth Godin, Tim Ferriss, […]