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Thanks Chris. I appreciate the kind words!
Thanks everyone. No question the Opportunity Economy enables you to use your listening and response capabilities for both good and evil. Let's hope most of it is in the former.
Good stuff Nehal. Thanks for the link. I appreciate it!
Some people know more about social media than others. Does that make them an "expert"? I don't know. But what I do know is that everyone in social media is a teacher, and everyone is a student. The second you forget that - regardless of your "expertise" - you're dead.
Dean - I agree Objective Marketer is not very good at the sales and marketing of its own service on its Web site. Something they need to do better, definitely.
Well said Paul. And I agree that the 2011 barometer will show an uptick.