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January 11, 2009

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Really interesting! You whould write this type of stuff more often, Debb..

Thanks for the nod - I am recommitting to write at minimum one thoughtful good post a week and one good collection of other posts in 2009.


Cheers,
D

Deborah Schultz
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Thanks for the shout out, I'm feeling re-energized to blog about business again, I think people are finally listening :)

Well - when you write good quality stuff people listen - I am slowly getting reenergized not quite there yet - but collecting my thoughts!


Cheers,
D

Deborah Schultz
Technology changes, humans don't

deborahschultz@gmail.com
http://www.deborahschultz.com
cell: 917-848-1016 (PST)

I think there are a few of us that should be collaborating more on the real business issues in social media.

Karl -

I agree - I also think this is even bigger than social media - social media has become a catch phrase for the new advertising - and the issues are greater than this and go deeper in the company/customer relationship.


Cheers,
D

Deborah Schultz
Technology changes, humans don't

deborahschultz@gmail.com
http://www.deborahschultz.com
cell: 917-848-1016 (PST)

Yeah, social media marketing is as much a failing proposition as Enterprise 2.0, both misguided and myopic. I think the future of business is companies that create unique value 'with' their customers, and it's as simple and as complicated as that.
http://experiencecurve.com/archives/lawrence-lessig-on-charlie-rose-provides-hints-about-future-of-business

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