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The Art of Letting Go: Now Is Gone Podcast Series #3

On the heels of the official book release, Geoff Livingston and I continue our podcast series discussing the seven principles of community engagement uncovered in Now is Gone.

  • Message control is the antithesis of social media, which enables people to communicate
  • The video “The Break-Up” serves as the ideal example of this culture clash (just replace the word “Advertising” on his shirt with “Public Relations” and play along
  • Companies will lose their customer relationships if they don’t learn how to speak with them
  • Marketing departments have a really hard time letting go of message control as an ethos
  • Newer cultures have an easier time adopting versus more established companies and marketing departments who “mastermind messages”
  • Jennifer McClure’s work with New Communications Review does a great job providing actual data showing the benefits of participating in conversations versus message control
  • Doc Searls, “There’s no market for messages” and Phil Gomes extrapolation on no market.

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Now is Gone is currently available on Amazon and Bartleby Press (autographed edition).

#1: Audiences versus Communities.

#2: Participation is Marketing

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