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Being Blunt Works for Chris Brogan

Being Blunt Works for Chris Brogan

Chris Bro­gan tells it like it is. He’s a blog­ger, an author, jour­nal­ist, a con­sul­tant and a social media whizz, but unlike his peers, he’s brisk to the point of being blunt and could care less about Twit­ter and Face­book. Plus, he’s a man to watch close­ly if you’re search­ing for media jobs. Brogan’s 2009 book Trust Agents: Using the Web to Build Influ­ence, Improve Rep­u­ta­tion and Earn Trust hit the New York Times and Wall Street Jour­nal Best­seller list as well as the Ama­zon Top 100. His sec­ond offer­ing Social Media 101: Tac­tics and Tips to Devel­op Your Busi­ness Online also enjoyed great suc­cess. He’s writ­ten for Entre­pre­neur mag­a­zine, he’s a suc­cess­ful blog­ger – chrisbrogan.com cur­rent­ly sits in the top five of the Adver­tis­ing Age Power150 – he launched the Pod­Camp uncon­fer­ence series and won the Mass High Tech All Stars Award in 2008. As well as the above list of acco­lades, Chris Bro­gan is also pres­i­dent of Human Busi­ness Works and founder of Kitchen Table Com­pa­nies. He also serves on the board of Hub­Spot. What’s His Sto­ry? Bru­tal­ly hon­est, Chris Bro­gan will not tell any­one what they want to hear. In fact he prides him­self on his hon­esty…

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The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The Rumors Were Right – Jason Kilar’s Heading Out the Door

The rumor mill has been in over­drive regard­ing Hulu CEO Jason Kilar’s future since the end of sum­mer, but now the sus­pi­cions can be put to bed after he announced his depar­ture from Hulu. This may mean that new oppor­tu­ni­ties open up for those look­ing for media jobs. Kilar, who has held posts at NBC Uni­ver­sal and was pre­vi­ous­ly SVP of World­wide Appli­ca­tion Soft­ware at Amazon.com Inc where he was respon­si­ble for Amazon’s Mar­ket­place, will take his leave of the com­pa­ny he has helped grow from an indus­try joke (Hulu was, at one time, referred to by many as Clown­Co), to a busi­ness that can holds its own against the giants of movie and TV stream­ing, Net­flix and Ama­zon. Hulu raked in near­ly $700 mil­lion in rev­enue last year and Kilar, who has con­firmed he will leave the com­pa­ny in Q1 of 2013, will miss out on the launch of the Hulu Plus App. Hulu – A Com­pli­cat­ed Mix Although spec­u­la­tion sur­round­ing Kilar’s life-expectan­­cy at Hulu was rife back in August, many believe the process actu­al­ly start­ed in the Fall, when Prov­i­dence Equity’s stake was bought out by Hulu’s oth­er own­ers Com­cast, News Corp and Dis­ney. The trans­ac­tion allowed Kilar…

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Is Donny Deutsch Embracing the Digital Age?

Is Donny Deutsch Embracing the Digital Age?

TV pre­sen­ter, impre­sario and media guru – all of these can be used to describe the ubiq­ui­tous Don­ny Deutsch, but in the fast-mov­ing dig­i­tal age, has he got what it takes to make sure his own busi­ness keeps up with the tech? Deutsch has spent over twen­ty years at the head of one of the country’s largest and most suc­cess­ful ad agen­cies, and while he’s cer­tain­ly a well-known and high­ly regard­ed fig­ure­head for Deutsch Inc., whether or not he can drag the 40-year-old com­pa­ny into the 21st Cen­tu­ry by embrac­ing new tech­nolo­gies to help his clients achieve an attrac­tive ROI, has been a mat­ter of spec­u­la­tion for some time. Who is Deutsch? The 55-year-old ad man is no stranger to con­tro­ver­sy and hits the head­lines more often than the busi­ness­es whose mar­ket­ing he is man­ag­ing. He cer­tain­ly courts the media – with plen­ty of ups and downs in his per­son­al life, a pub­lic spat with Don­ald Trump on Twit­ter and mak­ing some con­tro­ver­sial state­ments regard­ing Repub­li­can nom­i­nee Mitt Rom­ney on MSNBC’s Morn­ing Joe. He also revealed his $21 mil­lion Man­hat­tan town­house to the nation in Archi­tec­tur­al Digest and paid $36,000 to share a uri­nal with Seth Rogen as part of…

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Glen Gilmore – A Social Media Expert with Credentials

Glen Gilmore – A Social Media Expert with Credentials

Heard of Glen Gilmore? If you have the chances are you’ve won­dered whether he’s a social media expert, politi­cian or ex-mil­i­­tary man. The fact is, he’s all three. With over 200,000 fol­low­ers on Twit­ter, a legal prac­tise spe­cial­iz­ing in social media law and a posi­tion with How­ell Mar­ket­ing Strate­gies advis­ing For­tune 500 com­pa­nies, you could be for­giv­en for think­ing Glen Gilmore was just anoth­er mem­ber of the tech­nocrati, just grad­u­at­ed from MIT or Berkley with a string of star­tups to his name, but you’d be wrong. Gilmore and Social Media With his busi­ness Gilmore Busi­ness Net­work, Gilmore is ranked 7th on the Forbes list of the Top 50 Social Media Pow­er Influ­encers and is in the Top 50 Social Media Blog­gers accord­ing to ana­lyt­ics firm Kred. He’s an inter­na­tion­al­ly renowned social media strate­gist and his skills are in demand from some of the country’s biggest and most influ­en­tial com­pa­nies either through GBN, or via his post as media advi­sor with Mem­phis-based How­ell Mar­ket­ing Strate­gies. He’s sought after as a pub­lic speak­er on social media law and mar­ket­ing and he’s still a prac­tis­ing attor­ney. Oh, and he’s also an adjunct pro­fes­sor with the Rut­gers Uni­ver­si­ty Cen­ter for Man­age­ment Devel­op­ment. His thoughts…

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Noah Kagan – Maverick or Eccentric Genius?

Noah Kagan – Eccentric Genius or Maverick?

He cuts a mer­cu­r­ial shape across the tech land­scape, but the famous­ly for­mer Face­book #30 Noah Kagan has final­ly put the record straight and moved on. Kagan’s noto­ri­ous ejec­tion from Face­book Tow­ers in 2006 has passed into tech folk­lore as a les­son in how not to help the world’s most promis­ing start­up devel­op, but a recent post on the App­Sumo CEO’s blog okdork.com has giv­en us a glimpse into his world and how he real­ly felt about leav­ing Face­book and miss­ing out on a life-chang­ing sum of mon­ey when the com­pa­ny float­ed ear­li­er this year. In His Own Words Kagan’s bru­tal­ly hon­est post shows a philo­soph­i­cal side to the guy that was labelled a ‘lia­bil­i­ty’ and clear­ly demon­strates how he has matured since the Face­book show­down. He now agrees that at the time, the right deci­sion was made for the com­pa­ny. He said: “After run­ning App­Sumo for over two years I’ve final­ly under­stood that Face­book made the right deci­sion to let me go… “I was a show-er at Face­book. I dealt with chaos of a 30 per­son com­pa­ny extreme­ly well.  Most deci­sions were me walk­ing over to Mark’s desk for approval, but at 150 peo­ple it was a group meet­ing…

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