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A Little Less Talk And A Lot More Action … Please

Lyrics from a Country-Western song resonated with me as I was reviewing some old magazine articles from my archives. The content was about the idea that the tipping point construct was not valid and that the idea of Connectors and … Continue reading

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One more time, everyone does not want to be a pioneer

I read a couple of interesting articles about FourSquare recently. For the 96% of you who don’t use¬†it (Forrester Research indicates only 4% of online adults use the service), it is a location-based service that helps you find what you … Continue reading

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That’s why there are early adopters

I was driving in downtown Palo Alto last week early in the morning and saw the line of people outside the Apple Store going around the block¬†looking to get an iPhone 4. Classic behavior of early adopters. Even though Apple … Continue reading

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Viral marketing, tipping points, early adopters and other new ideas

Experts run around promoting the lastest and greatest ways for people to spread the word about their product or service. We all know that people talking about us and our products or services helps. The Internet has added a new … Continue reading

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