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Always interested in someone who states he is interested in, "social media, interactive strategy and community evangelism". I am as well and interested in anyone else who is as well.. Valeria - thanks once again.
I believe part of the appearance that there is a scarcity of good marketing is because the technology is moving faster than the folks reporting to be the marketing gurus.
Just the same way that we talk about the power having shifted from the advertisers to the audience - the same about the marketing efforts and the marketing folks have not yet fully embraced it correctly - YET!

Hey, nice to meet you Edward. I disagree, participation and content move marketing a lot further in the long run than just mechanic SEO and with the rise of social search, SEO/SEM will only be one component of successful marketing.

Interesting!

I feel like there is a scarcity of good marketing today. Good marketing means which can convert the leads into sales. The only marketing that has moved me in the last couple of years is Search Engine Optimization.

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