I hadn’t posted this previously, but this is an interview by John Havens of Doc and me at the 10th anniversary of the ClueTrain book in New York. We discuss the Clue Train 10 years later, and how much of what was predicted actually came true.
I profiled Chuck Hester of iContact in this piece about using Live Connections to Leverage Virtual Connections back in February. Now Chuck is taking his experiences with LinkedIn and writing a book on “Linking In to Pay it Forward: Changing the Value Proposition in Social Media.” His blog has one neat idea today: THE PAY […]
As an Interium Advisory Group member for Social Media Club, I’ve chosen to work on the Media Literacy Project as described below. 4 Missions, 4 Projects: Social Media Club Gets to Work | Social Media Club Media Literacy Michael Brito is leading an effort to find and organize all the best Introduction to Social Media […]
Dean Landsman and I spoke at SocialMediaCampNYC yesterday, 8/7/08 to a packed house (according to David Berkowitz), on the subject of “What Old Media can teach New Media.” Several folks asked for our slides, so here they are, via SlideShare.net. What Old Media can teach New Media: Media Convergence & Integration, Social Media, and Professionalism […]
My latest article at INC.com’s Start Up Blog: Social media marketing campaigns are often intended to reach large audiences. Marketing pros usually talk about Facebook, YouTube and online groups as tools for reaching broad swaths of potential customers. But for a business I recently came across, the desired result was to reach a small group […]