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I saw your tweet last night (and at least one RT), but still can't think of any org sites that stand out to me. Just a handful of blogs.

- Conversation Agent
- The Brand Builder Blog
- Scott Gould and Friends

Talk about engaging content? I consider the above mentors. Here are three individuals who are paid to share their knowledge and experience, yet they take the time to share much of this information with people like me - for free - often going so far as to respond to me directly when I ask a question. That's powerful stuff and I don't know that I get that anywhere else.

The basis of our company is helping brands increase engagement so I LOVE this post! I think that evolution of content is interesting since you look at some of the examples you list here and they are engaging because they are entertaining. I really feel that we have gone from trying to dive into the information and get value first to wanting to get value from being entertained. Is it the technology we have available today that enable us to be more creative and keep eyeballs on our stuff (and keep coming back)?

What do you think of rich media publications and engagement? Do you see these as providing value to brands who wish to increase engagement and 'control the flow' of their content? Here is a cool example http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/ddfeab7c

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