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September 10, 2008

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Leesa Barnes

You have to check out http://www.agoracom.com and http://www.smallcappodcast.com. This is an investor relations company that has totally embraced social media and offers it as part of its services to its clients. The CEO totally "gets it" when it comes to social media.

(full disclosure, Agoracom was a client of mine)

Ari Herzog

Don't forget the SEC broadcasts on Twitter its press releases of the day:

http://twitter.com/SEC_Investor_Ed

Bernie Borges

It's good to see the IR community starting to embrace social media. Maybe the financial crisis on Wall Street will inspire more change and accelerate adoption. I'd like to see an entertaining video on YouTube from an IR department of a public company. If I find one, I'll send it to you...Bernie

david Meerman Scott

Bernie,

I doubt you'll find one. IR departments are way too serious.

David

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