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What can I say, people need heroes. Brogan is a modern hero and rightfully so, as he keeps himself on the forefront of social media.
Actually, this is not even about social media. It can be applied anywhere, anytime.
What I take from it is that there are a lot more sheepwalkers in the world than originators. We need to move the dial on that.
I’m a big fan of Chris Brogan and frequently link to and retweet his posts. I find him one of the most creative users of social media there is, as he always communicates in interesting ways, takes new approaches, and posts relevant topics. I also met him in person at a conference, and found him very genuine and approachable. I am, however, sometimes disappointed that he emphasizes the importance of connecting and community, and yet I have commented on his blog and social media updates across the board on numerous occasions, and never heard back, even during times when he only had a handful of responses and could have easily written, “thanks for your comment.” So, this seems to be a bit at odds with his almost feverish sense of community. I would like to see more connection there. I also get a little confused about his brand with all the multiple businesses he has launched, and wonder why so many?
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