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February 08, 2010

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Rodolfo

Hello,John, nice post.

Where can i find more information about the data track that you work? I'm interested in the six measures that you use in influential.

OTTambassador

This is a terrific posting John. Segmenting influencers is a large part of what I do as Conference Ambassador for Ottawa Tourism. International conferences often require a local affiliate to become chair, honorary chair and/or part of the local organizing committee. I have built an Ambassador's Club of stakeholders and academics (deans/directors) focusing on different fields of expertise and industry which assists us in sourcing and even influencing those key individuals in order for Ottawa to even be considered to bid on an international conference. There is a wonderful TEDx video about tribal leadership which piggybacks on this concept from the perspective that most social influencers are also tribal 'triatic relationship' leaders. http://holykaw.alltop.com/the-five-kinds-of-tribes-that-we-form

Mark

Great post, as always.
Very curious as to what those influence measures are.
Will you be writing about them anytime soon?
Thanks.

kim/hormone-colored days

This is a good read. There are too many PR firm that lump together large segments of bloggers and treat them as one. This happens often with mombloggers. I receive countless pitches for baby blankets, strollers and BPA-free bottles despite the fact that my "baby" is nearly ten years old.

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