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  1. Guy Kawasaki Talks Content Marketing, Social & Google+

    Post a comment that adds value like, ‘you talked about this thing, well this is related and this is another illustration of what you just said,'" Kawasaki said. That's according to Guy Kawasaki, the New York Times bestselling author of "Enchantment...

  2. Is TechCrunch Calling For Search Regulations or Running Test of Social Media, Link Building?

    Like Guy Kawasaki and Jason Calacanis, he recognizes the power of Twitter and has jumped on it as a new source of large amounts of traffic. As many of the comments on the article have stated, an anonymous post about transparency is an oxymoron...

  3. Is Twitter a Google Killer? Not Yet

    Or, you could do like Guy Kawasaki (and many others) and hire people to post Tweets for you. So, even though you might trust Guy Kawasaki's opinions, are you really hearing directly from him? There is talk that in the future, to gain "authority" in...

  4. Andrew Goodman to Guy Kawasaki: You are Ruining Twitter!

    For example, check out Andrew Goodman's latest post in Traffick: "Is Guy Kawasaki Singlehandedly Ruining Twitter? At SES New York last week, I was amazed that the buzz generated by Guy Kawasaki's keynote about "Twitter as a Tool for Social Media...

  5. Ten Top Stories from Day 1 of SES New York

    Andrew LaVallee of The Wall Street Journal Digits Blog captured the top story of SES New York in his headline, "Guy Kawasaki Can Handle Being Called a Spammer. LaVallee wrote, "To kick off his keynote speech at SES, a marketing conference in New...

  6. SearchDay: What Can TV Learn from Search?

    NowPublic Buys Truemors: Kawasaki Says It's All True Posted by Kevin Heisler Jul 10, 2008 TechCrunch is reporting that NowPublic has acquired Truemors, a rumor site launched by Guy Kawasaki in May 2007.

  7. Who Are The Real Online Influencers?

    The prominent players in our space may not have the impact they think they have, if you follow the ideas explored in Guy Kawasaki's recent blog post. Trendsetters may no longer be the term of the new millennium - maybe hip is giving way to hap - as...