Some of the bigger guns in Social Media have taken a pit stop recently into the more traditional scene and published books on their areas of expertise. Chris Brogan and Julian Smith put out Trust Agents recently (my review of the book coming soon) and Gary Vaynerchuk just released Crush It (currently reading). Both have gotten a bit of criticism for jumping into a traditional method of disseminating information (the
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Chris Young chats with Ryan Miller at BOLO 2009 about an experiment he did involving Facebook Fan Pages that built a good sized fan base and even caught the attention of Disney. He found a resource in Art The Greeter that Disney missed…. What rockstars and resources do YOU have in your business that you might be overlooking?
If you haven’t heard about Google’s SideWiki – you’re not alone. While it’s gotten a lot of ink type from SM bloggers and some traction on Twitter, lots of people still don’t know what it is, what it does, and what its implications are for your website and your brand. Basically, Google SideWiki is a huge way to annotate the web. Think of it as seeing comments, additional links, and
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