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September 24, 2007

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Joe Beaulaurier

Thanks David. Coming from you, that is high praise indeed. Jiyan pulled these guys in and got project done.

Nigel Duncan

David: I've just read 1/3 of your new book in the past hour, and after my initial wail-like-a-baby reaction (typical when I have an epiphany realizing the years of past mistakes I've made)I dived online to learn more. Went straight to your blog, saw this YouTube video, then wailed again. However, I feel much better now, and am going to get serious about making changes in my approach to marketing and PR (which of course are now one). You have shoved a rocket up this mid-level exec's derriere and I'm off for a wild new ride! Thanks.
Nigel

David Meerman Scott

Hi Nigel,

Wow. I'd have to say this is a rather dramatic reaction to a book. Glad it was a help to you. Crying and rockets -- I shudder to think what will happen in the next 2/3 of the book.

David

cass stainton

Inspired by David's book, just sent first news release for client using PRWeb, now need to get some more visuals to add to content: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2100/1/prweb555869.htm

V impressed by PRWeb's customer service too, received personal 1-2-1 tuition on phone yesterday, service way above what I was expecting, thank you PRWeb (and David too!)

mike selissen

Common Craft Productions created this and similar videos that explain social media technology with their low-tech "paperworks" style. - www.commoncraft.com

Inventive explanations of RSS, bookmarking, and wikis.

Shaun Dakin

David,

I've been following your advice for 2 months now and am in the top search engine results in natural search while spending $0 (actually I did buy your book!).

Thanks again. The Registry will be going live early next week. Check it out.

http://www.StopPoliticalCalls.org/

David Meerman Scott

Shaun,

Wow. That's amazing. Top of the search results for the price of a book. Thanks for letting me know!

Best, David

Dan Schawbel

This is genious. I love how they break it down into simple turns. Congrats on the book downloads btw.

Ryan Sasaki

Check out Google Docs in plain english:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRqUE6IHTEA

jim

Notice the "green marketing" angle. nice hook.

http://profitablegreensolutions.b iz

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