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August 07, 2008

Chris Brogan, Twebinars and Social CRM - A Few Good Minutes

I just posted my latest TFBS show featuring a conversation with Chris Brogan, or as I like to call him - The Godfather of Social Media. Chirs is also the man who introduced me to the rap skills of Tom Green.... and yes I still wanted him to be on the show.

We had a great conversation (and even if we didn't would you really expect me to tell you?) in which I was taking notes while trying to hold a conversation. Chris has been involved in social media for many years and has a huge following of people seeking his guidance in the space. Don't take my word for it, check out the number of people following him on Twitter.

Speaking of Twitter, Chris recently held a "twebinar" on branding that was really interesting. Check out this short clip where Chris describes what a twebinar is:

I sat in on the twebinar and found it really interesting. It definitely fits in with the concept of Social CRM - turning content into conversations, experiences and meaningful relationships. In fact it really accelerates the process.

To hear the full conversation just click here - Chris Brogan, Social Media and Small Business. What was supposed to be a 10-15 minute conversation turned into 25 minutes. We cover a lot of ground so if you're trying to figure out social media from a practical, business perspective you may want to give this a listen. After all, who doesn't like hearing from The Godfather...

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