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The Best Tweets of Shop.org Summit 2010

The Best Tweets of Shop.org Summit 2010

I used Keepstream.com to curate the ‘meatiest’ tweets from Shop.org Summit 2010, which just ended today. It was another great show. Over 3,000 attendees! Social, mobile, and local are still hot themes as they were last year…because few retailers have figured them out. I led a couple roundtables on social commerce and social media ROI. However, other discussions around the show suggest there’s a lot of money to be made getting the basics right…email, SEO, SEM, content,...
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Guy Kawasaki Tweets…Curated by Keepstream

Guy Kawasaki Tweets…Curated by Keepstream

This is a summary of some of Guy Kawasaki’s recent tweets that I like…but I’m really doing this to show off Keepstream’s new application, which will be featured at Capital Factory Demo Day on Wednesday (disclosure: I’m a co-founder in CF and therefore an investor in Keepstream). They are announcing a 48-hour free signup on Wednesday (9/8), but I have an inside scoop…you can sign up right now and still get in on the free signup. Sam Decker Sep 6, 2010 at...
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Follow me on Twitter: @samdecker

Follow me on Twitter: @samdecker

I've had a couple twitter accounts for a while, but I've been more busy with two blogs, facebook, and LinkedIn. Ironically (because I'm the one who got him started with computers in the 80's!) I've been inspired by my father (@BertDecker) to give Twitter another go. Plus I've been able to synch my Twitter updates with Facebook updates with TwitterSync. Note I'm no longer going to use @deckermarketing. So follow me @SamDecker (posts on marketing, WOM, eBusiness) And...
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Three Answers from the Web 2.0 Summit

Three Answers from the Web 2.0 Summit

I couldn’t make the Web 2.0 Summit a couple weeks ago, but my colleague Jay Hallberg (Co-founder and VP of Marketing for Spiceworks) was there and answered my top three questions: If I were a brand company…. top three things… that would help my business: 1) Web 2.0 is moving into ‘adulthood’ and changing industries.  There was a general feeling that web 2.0 has grown up.  In fact, the Red Herring had a great piece on this:  "Is Web 2.0 Growing Up?". ...
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