Guy Kawasaki facilitated a panel of creators
and users of social sites to reflect on three
aspects of their experiences with social media.
1. Tell a story about what went wrong.
2. What made you successful?
3. What would you have done differently.
"I would have hired someone who knew math".
"Stay two steps ahead of volunteer burnout -- because they will wander off."
"Get your clients to blog about you."
"Plan less -- plan for iteration."
"Controversy adds traffic."
"Twitter puts me in touch with friggin' thought leaders."
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