Affiliate Managers and Community

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  1. > such post-Cluetrain movements as Pinko Marketing (of which I’ve been tagged as a member according to Shawn, Wayne, Lisa, Jim, Carsten, Linda Buquet and numerous others at the Summit).

    I’d say you’re more of a Marxist Marketer.

  2. Holy crikey! Your hero? Crazy. I should be so blessed. 😉 I certainly don’t hate the title, I just don’t think I’m worthy.

    Thanks for the support and, darnit, I know we are part of a growing movement of people who are less about ‘marketing’ and more about reprogramming. Why marketers? Well, it’s because we are in the perfect position: the buffer zone between the corporate and the customer.

    Ah, but watch the Marxism thing…it’s a touchy subject. Pinko was my version of easing up on that theme…really.

    Rock on.

  3. > Ah, but watch the Marxism thing…it’s a touchy subject. Pinko was my version of easing up on that theme…really.

    That was meant for Sam – he’s something of a radical.

    I understand after he taught a class this morning over at Gardner-Webb University that he knocked down a table of ROTC marketing materials.

    At least that’s what one of his students posted to Twitter.

  4. Thanks for the kind words, Tara. Yep, we’ve been running an affiliate Twitter experiment for communication with markters, etc. It’s been hit or miss, but a lot of fun and interesting results. I’ll make sure to add you.

    BTW, you can follow my Religious Studies classes at our class blog, harrelsonreligion.com. We’re just getting started with the Spring semester, but it’s a fun place to visit (especially for the comments once things get in high gear!).

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