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chris brogan

Why Google+ will replace ice cream

07.12.2011

Disclosure: Post title is fatuous linkbait. I was on vacation last week when Google+ happened. I kept my email inbox in pretty good shape when I was away, but when I returned I felt like I was a week behind on creating circles and +1′ing and learning all the new stuff. Some folks dove in […]

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I’m joining the team at New Marketing Labs

08.16.2010

It’s well past midnight on the eve of SocialFresh Charlotte, and I should either be sleeping or going over my presentation for tomorrow, but I’m in a reflective mood. I was talking this evening with Tom Webster, Amber Naslund and Chris Penn and realized SocialFresh Charlotte 2009 was my first real social media speaking gig. […]

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Join me at the New Marketing Experience in Chicago. I’ve got my own discount code!

06.23.2010

New Marketing Labs does a great job with their conferences of distilling the essential information into easily understood chunks that you can take home and start, um… chunking with right away. One of the first social media conferences I attended was their Inbound Marketing Summit in San Francisco, way back in the mist-shrouded days of […]

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Twitter exchange between @chrisbrogan and @jakrose that made me LOL IRL

04.27.2010
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Chris Brogan on the future of the blog

01.31.2010

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wv-imgfFcLQ[/youtube]

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Refocusing on my blog and trying new tools

01.31.2010

When I spent some time with Chris Brogan in December, we talked about blogs and sharing tools like Posterous, and the different ways people use them. Chris thinks people are diluting their web presences by posting in too many places. (You can watch him say this yourself.) “Home is where the web page is,” he […]

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What Chuck D taught me about social media

05.12.2009

Chris Brogan mentioned Chuck D in passing this morning in a post whose title defies being ignored. (In case Dad is reading this, Chuck is frontman for Public Enemy, one of the most principled and politically aware rap groups ever.) Before I came to SAS I ran web sales and marketing for Yep Roc Records […]

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