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  • http://www.twitter.com/ryanhandinc Ryan Hand

    Great points here. I see and coming and an embracing. Gotta Love Conan!

  • http://www.twitter.com/ryanhandinc Ryan Hand

    wow-wee… spelling problems. Wonderful Blog- I see the new media age coming, and I am embracing it with open arms. Gotta Love Conan!

  • http://www.toddweisscfa.com ToddWeissCFA

    Without a doubt the market is changing and companies need to adjust and adapt. I think this will improve the quality of communication and entertainment. It will be fun to see where this goes. Thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.theorganicview.com OrganicGuru

    When Conan got the boot from the big bird (NBC) it was all OVER twitter. That right there tells you just how powerful SM sites are! The best thing about it is that they are free! Oddly enough with the transition on television from analog to digital, tv has lost even more viewers now thanks to the requirement for cable (satellite, etc) People can opt to view their favorite shows from a computer or some kind of smart phone. Perhaps the networks should pay attention to what people want instead of thinking that they are going to force people into doing things their way, which evidently, is not working.

    Gotta Love Conan!

  • http://thepracticebrew.wordpress.com Sangita

    Good recap of online trends. For marketers, there are head-spinning opportunities out there. We just have to orient ourselves and figure out where to begin and how to proceed.

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  • http://www.bluefocusmarketing.com Mark Burgess

    Conan is amazing and is optimizing his use of the web while in queue for the next big gig. Brilliant marketing and creative ways to leverage social media.

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  • http://personablemedia.com/ Heath Rost

    Wow Jeff, thanks for this post it really puts print-ad money spent into greater perspective for me. Websites definitely need to be mobile optimized or they are left in the dust!