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Smart People / Smart Ideas April 2009

In Ideas, Innovation, Insight on May 4, 2009 at 12:08 pm

It’s that time once again when recap some of the best and brightest in Social Media.  Here’s the Smart People / Smart Ideas Round Up for April:

Smart People / Smart Ideas #141 @equalman says: Everyone is Twittering, But is Anyone Listening? http://is.gd/r0Tk

Smart People / Smart Ideas #142 @lizstrauss wonders: Do Leaders Wear Jeans? If so, what kind? http://tinyurl.com/dn6s3x

Smart People / Smart Ideas #143 @scobleizer has a private note to PR people http://ff.im/1YjBL

Smart People / Smart Ideas #144 @faris reminds us that listening is the first step: http://bit.ly/1EmQ

Smart People / Smart Ideas #145 @thebetsy asks: Does Social Value = [Social + Media ( X stuff)], as X ⇒ ∞ http://tinyurl.com/cylqdx

Smart People / Smart Ideas #146 @JohnLoGioco continues the talk about authenticity and #fiestamovement http://tinyurl.com/dxs5jo

Smart People / Smart Ideas #147 @joelcomm asks: What What do Twitter and donuts have to do with each other? http://twitpwr.com/donuts/

Smart People / Smart Ideas #148 @mikearauz dissects the spectrum of online friendship http://tinyurl.com/djrp4d

Smart People / Smart Ideas #149 @dmullen on the mistakes PR pros (keep) making: http://bit.ly/unLNY

#Fridayfollow: @aaronstrout – His 45in45 series is must reading too: Smart People / Smart Ideas #150 – http://tinyurl.com/ceethe

Smart People / Smart Ideas #151 @sernovitz. on blogs and trust. http://tinyurl.com/cth8j8 [hat tip @gturpin]

Smart People / Smart Ideas #152 @onefloorup: 4 Essential ppl of a Great Design Team http://tinyurl.com/dhfgeo [hat tip @michaelSurtees]

Smart People / Smart Ideas #153 @narciso17 on How to avoid Jumping the Shark http://bit.ly/oyfkP

Smart People / Smart Ideas #154 @asmartbear on “Why U Have 2 Engage in SocMed, Even if U Don’t Want 2” – http://bit.ly/lM16Z ht @spikejones

I may have to retire “Smart People / Smart Ideas” and just call it: What @arauz wrote today: http://bit.ly/Fnq5 [SP/SI #155]

You can follow Smart Ideas / Smart People via my Twitter feed.

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  2. […] like a pretty hollow victory. Part of my effort with Eyecube is to provide value by sharing the great work of others or by adding my own ideas to the marketing discussion […]

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