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Archive for August, 2007

Week 3 – Friday, August 31, 2007
1. Lifestreaming
I’m not sure this is a game-changing concept, but aggregating your disparate social media content into a single place certainly can be helpful.
2. Backlash against Scoble
His videos about the future of search have people fired up.
3. A pissed-off Tom Coates.
If you’re preparing a blogger relations campaign, don’t bother [...]

(Photo by Steve Garfield)
I like David Cutler’s takeaways from the first Social Media Breakfast, held this past Wednesday in Boston:

The tools and reach of online technology enable us to set up meaningful in-person meetups.
Practice “netweaving.”

What is netweaving? Here’s what David writes:
NetWeaving events put a spin on the traditional networking process. “What can I do [...]

(Photo by Andrea Mercado)
Twenty-five participants. Dozens of great conversations. New connections. Delicious — and free — food.
Yes, the inaugural Social Media Breakfast held Wednesday morning at The Pour House in Boston was unquestionably a success.
Some nuggets I took away from the event:
Twitter rocks for promoting events. It was far and away the No. 1 [...]

Learning about Google Reader and recapping the inaugural Social Media Breakfast in Boston.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Thursday, August 30, 2007.

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Chip Griffin from CustomScoop has just offered to sponsor tomorrow morning’s “anything-goes social media breakfast” in Boston. This means that CustomScoop will pick up the tab, and you can save your small bills.
Thanks, CustomScoop!
Disclosure: CustomScoop is a regular sponsor of my New Comm Road podcast.
Technorati Tags: CustomScoop, Chip Griffin, Social Media Breakfast
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There’s a very good why I’m cooking — or pretending to — in a Facebook video and not at tomorrow’s 8:00am social media breakfast: I want to make sure you don’t end up with a stomach ache.
Alas, becoming a world-class chef — or even a halfway decent one — has never been my calling. Fortunately, [...]

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The ExperienceCurve, CustomScoop, and have all started their own Social Media Top 10 lists since the debut of SMT10 last Friday. If you follow suit, be sure to use the SMT10 Technorati tag.

Week 2 – Friday, August 24, 2007
1. Bacn
New term from PodCamp Pittsburgh becomes “overnight success.”
2. If Facebook costing companies millions in [...]

This isn’t a post about bacn — though that may be coming soon; it’s a post about bacon. And eggs. And pancakes, too.
I’m talking about the good old-fashioned breakfast food that will be on the menu at the Pour House in downtown Boston next Wednesday 8:00am, when some of the best and brighest from Boston’s [...]

Beginning Monday, September 10, I’ll be leading a five-week webinar about understanding and using RSS, blog monitoring, and blogger relations.
The webinar is called “Monitoring and Participating in Online Conversations” and is part of the Shel Holtz Webinars series.
Here’s an overview of the webinar:
Let’s face it: People are talking about your organization online. With more than [...]

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In the debut of my Social Media Top 10 last Friday, I invited others to create Top 10 lists of their own.
Karl Long, the web/social media integration manager for the video game group at Nokia, is the first reader to take up the challenge; he’s created the The ExperienceCurve Social Media Top 10.
Both Karl [...]

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