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The Greatest Hits of 2009 Part II


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The look at some of my most revered thoughts, observations, experiences and lessons continues in Part II of this ongoing “best of 2009” series. I’ve selected these posts as I believe they still not only have value today, but will continue to guide you in the new year.

Part I is available here.

Greatest Hits of 2009, Part II:

1. Micro Disruption Theory and The Social Effect

2. The Conversation Prism v2.0

3. Video Interview: How to Build an Online Community with Loic Le Meur

4. The Decline of Newspaper Revenue and the Promise of the Human Network

5. The Domino’s Effect

6. The Race to 1,000,000 Followers Sends Twitter and Social Media into Relevance and Irrelevance

7. The Social OS, The Battle Between Facebook and Twitter is the New Mac vs. PC

8. Twitter Flutters into Mainstream Culture: The New Competition for Attention Starts with You

9. In Social Media, The SEC Protects Investors and Companies by Removing “Relations” from IR

10. “I AM A GEEK!” Unites Geeks to Improve Education in Underprivileged Countries

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18 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “The Greatest Hits of 2009 Part II”

  1. Brett says:

    Good stuff. The most valuable posts for me were the Conversation Prism v2.0 and How to Build an Online Community – they both are revolutionizing the way I look at social media/online communities.

  2. Great blog that you have and I love the layout and design.

    I have learnt alot from your posts already due to the quality of the information.

    Mark McCulloch

  3. Tim says:

    Personal favorite is the domino effect… the key is, how identify such devastating videos before they go viral? These types of case studies are the golden tickets for companies such as radian 6 and scout labs

  4. Great post you have here. I especially like “The Race to 1,000,000 Followers Sends Twitter and Social Media into Relevance and Irrelevance”.

  5. Great post you have here. I especially like “The Race to 1,000,000 Followers Sends Twitter and Social Media into Relevance and Irrelevance”.

  6. briansolis says:

    Exactly. Thanks Lauren!

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