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March 21, 2010

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Allen Bonde

Hi John - I found your blog via my connections with some of those commenting on prior posts (per your point #2 above!), and must say I really like/identify with your take on the hype and hand-wringing over how social will change everything.

I also totally agree with the notion that the latest social wave is driving "Evolution Not Devolution" - perhaps it's because I saw a lot of the same hype (and fear) 15 years back when I was in the middle of the first Internet wave.

Anyhow, I look forward to reading more of your posts, and if you are interested in my own spin on how social meets marketing meets CRM, I have a monthly column on www.SearchCRM.com. In fact, my last piece (www.bit.ly/cZ1OMM) addresses the idea of evolution and why folks need to remember to *look back* as well as forward to see how social fits in their business.

best,
Allen

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