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@JoeCardillo  I'm good. Slowly reintroducing myself to the SS gang. Could take MONTHS!!

5 days, 2 hours ago on The Spin Sucks Inquisition: John Jantsch

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I second what @Joshua Wilner/A Writer Writes writes. Haven't read your books and now they're going to the top of the list. Which one would you (or anyone) suggest? 

5 days, 2 hours ago on The Spin Sucks Inquisition: John Jantsch

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@JoeCardillo  Hey you introvert, how are ya?


5 days, 2 hours ago on The Spin Sucks Inquisition: John Jantsch

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Because it’s impossible to have a relationship with someone who is trying to manipulate how you think.

It IS possible to have a relationship with a manipulative SOB. It's impossible for it to be a positive relationship.

5 days, 2 hours ago on The Spin Sucks Inquisition: John Jantsch

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They think readers are more comfortable responding to an individual sentence or paragraph than to an entire page.

I finally found my glasses. Yes, you're completely mod, you are.

5 days, 2 hours ago on Livefyre Sidenotes: Super Cool New Feature

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They think readers are more comfortable responding to an individual sentence or paragraph than to an entire page.

Why does it always say "Mad" after @ginidietrich's name? Does this thing have a mood detector?

5 days, 21 hours ago on Livefyre Sidenotes: Super Cool New Feature

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I miss being able to easily browse comments below an article/post. There's value to seeing ALL the comments in one place, and now that seems to have gone away.

5 days, 21 hours ago on Livefyre Sidenotes: Super Cool New Feature

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For today only, the sidenotes don’t have to be intelligent or thoughtful…they can be funny or witty.

Whoa, there's Danny Brown.. and Josh Wilner! Whooo-hooo!

5 days, 21 hours ago on Livefyre Sidenotes: Super Cool New Feature

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@LauraPetrolino  - Absolutley! This must be reinforced in recruiting and hiring, though, or it's all for naught. 

2 weeks ago on Five Ways to Fight Spin and Change the Perception of the PR Industry

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David, this post reminds me of what Wieden+Kennedy co-founder David Kennedy said back around the time Mr. Zuckerberg was born:  "Our job isn't to make ads, really. It's to make a connection between our client and the customer."  To me, connection has always been the magic word. Connections can last forever. In relationships, someone is going to let someone down eventually. Especially when they're an artificial construct, such as a brand. 

2 weeks ago on Social Media and Brand Relationships: The Big Lie

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@Danny Brown  OK, I just had to tweet you on this topic. :) -@barrettrossie

2 weeks ago on Social Media and Brand Relationships: The Big Lie

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I love this list Gini. I might add, from a traditional advertising point of view: 


Don't steal work. Don't comb European creative journals for ideas then represent them as your own. Don't recommend media campaigns based on the amount of the commission. Don't tell the client his idea is great when you know it's weak, but an easy sale. Don't present the first idea you come up with as if it's the be-all end-all of creativity. 


We could go on and on, couldn't we? 

2 weeks, 1 day ago on Five Ways to Fight Spin and Change the Perception of the PR Industry

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I was introduced to @mitchjoel in a Hubspot Inbound U. webinar about 5 years ago. He was a tidal wave of information and ideas, as he continues to be. Mitch, you do a great service for the marketing community through all you share. You are appreciated. 

2 weeks, 5 days ago on The Spin Sucks Inquisition: Mitch Joel

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I want them to Prank It Forward at the all-nite diner I've been working at...

2 weeks, 5 days ago on Gin and Topics: Hugh Jackman Sings and a Waitress Will Make You Cry

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