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October 31, 2008 in Blogging, Business, Future, Ideas, Past, Travel | 6 comments
Rich Sands posts Cluetrain Derailed? I respond here.
Tags: "Rich Sands", Cluetrain, stratocaster
Beat Bolli on October 31, 2008 at 10:09 am
just a small pointer to a different version of the Cluetrain Manifesto that I build a few days ago as a Google App: http://bb-cluetrain.appspot.com/1
Source code is available as well: http://github.com/bbolli/google-app-cluetrain/tree/master
Mike Warot on October 31, 2008 at 1:10 pm
The company I work for is taking it’s first steps into the world of blogging, etc…. it’ll be interesting to see how well they do. I’ve given what advice I can, and try to push them to be clueful, but it’s like parenting, you can only do so much, and have to let them learn from their own mistakes.
Chris Locke on October 31, 2008 at 5:47 pm
@Beat: very nice! thanks for the source!
Steve Markowski on October 31, 2008 at 10:27 pm
The true genius of the traditional advertising industry was (and is) in convincing businesses that the non-accountable broadcast selling to market was the state of the art.
Direct marketing and direct response marketing has forever been about the conversation. And the conversation resulted in customers buying or the conversation changed or ended.
There is a remarkable number of door-to-door salesmen who have blazed trails in internet marketing. Go figure.
Pingback from Cluetrain App | Jonathan MacDonald.com on November 1, 2008 at 5:51 am
jMac on November 1, 2008 at 5:52 am
Lovin Beats work…blogged here: http://www.jonathanmacdonald.com/?p=1806
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@dherman76 @seanbohan In 141 characters? Maybe I should do a series of tweets. Lemme see...
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@beaucronin @luckymethod See chapters 4 and 20 of The Intention Economy: bit.ly/14o12X8 Work is now happening there. #vrm
@dherman76 @seanbohan Right. If we didn't care about our data, we would have nothing on our hard drives. :-) #vrm
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A partial #VRM FAQ: bit.ly/UsPwKv
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@paulwallbank Thanks, Paul. Enjoyed the discussion. One small correction: there is only one e in Searls. :-)
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