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What Websites Are You the One True Fan of?

What Websites Are You the One True Fan of?

When someone mentions “location-based services” to you, what is the first thing that pops into your mind? If you’re like me, you’ll immediately think of the different services that are available such as Foursquare, Gowalla and Facebook Places. They all allow you to check-in to different locations and, some of these applications, have gaming features […]

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What Would Google Do and Gung Ho – Book Reviews

Today’s reviews are one about a company that everyone wants to know more about, Google, and the other about igniting the people in your company to do great things.  First up is What Google Would Do? by Jeff Jarvis which I really enjoyed.  Jeff broke the book up in a neat way and I really […]

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Evolution of Comments and Growth – Lunch with the Pirates – Episode 2

Episode #2 – Wednesday, April 15, 2009 (Episode Length: 19 minutes, 39 seconds) Intro You can join us live every Wednesday at 12p ET (9a PT) over at New Marketing TV which gets hijacked and changed to Pirates TV. To interact with us, you can catch up with us on Twitter: @justinlevy or @crbrowning.  Also, […]

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Creating a Web Presence for Your Company

Creating a Web Presence for Your Company

We will continue with Day 3 of our Pixelated Conference Series tomorrow.  In the meantime, you can check out our two previous conferences on productivity and personal branding.  But, today we have a guest post from Susan Payton.  Susan Payton is the Managing Partner of Egg Marketing & Public Relations, as well as the blogger […]

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Pixelated Conference Series – Personal Branding

For Day 2 of our Pixelated Conference Series (you can read more about what this is from Chris Brogan, Mitch Joel and Bryan Eisenberg), I thought we’d explore personal branding.  While yesterday’s focus on productivity was more of a full-day conference packed with tons of reading recommendations, I thought I’d make today’s sessions shorter…more like […]

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