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The Greatest Hits of 2009 Part IX

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Happy New Year!

The closure of 2009 sparked a series of important news and events that only seemed to further the evolution of Social Media rather than subsiding and waiting for a new year. Your path in 2010 is defined by the knowledge you’ve amassed and embraced. It affects not only where you are, but where you’re going and how long it will take to get there.

The Greatest Hits of 2009 Part IX

1. The Rapid Evolution of Search

2. What IF We Redefined Influence? The New Influence Factor in Social Media

3. Evan Williams on the Past, Present, and Future of Twitter

4. Hollywood’s Next Production: Gagging Social Media

5. My Foreword for Twittfaced: Your Toolkit for Understanding and Maximizing Social Media

6. With Klout Comes Influence: How To Find Influencers on Twitter

7. The Golden Triangle

8. On Twitter and Social Networks, Brands Benefit from Conversations

9. On Twitter, What Are You Doing Was Always The Wrong Question

10. The Social Media (R)evolution: Your Time is Now

11. The Twitter Star: Nova or Supernova?

12. The Benevolent Acts of Reciprocity and Recognition

13. PBS MediaShift: Social Media Marketing

14. On PR, Social Media and the Evolution of the Web with Robert Scoble

15. Socialized Media: The Powerful Effects of Online Brand Interaction

The Greatest Hits of 2009: The Series

Part I

Part II

Part III

Part IV

Part V

Part VI

Part VII


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15 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “The Greatest Hits of 2009 Part IX”

  1. Greatest Hits of 2009 Part IX Happy New Year too Brian.


  2. cyuskoff says:

    Nice job Brian and congrats on delivering such great content. My favorite post from this collection is The Rapid Evolution of Search. Everyday something new comes out and I constantly ponder about the pros/cons of data being compartmentalized or centralized. Tech companies come and go. Looking forward to what we figure out in 2010. This is definitely the golden years of social media.

  3. Brian –

    Thanks for these “Best Of” posts. As a relatively new fan of yours, it has been a great way to catch up on all of your happenings in the PR world of fun. Keep up the amazing work.


  4. Always the best content! Looking forward to what you will discover in 2010. Happy New Year

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