What Are The Emerging Arguments?

by Jay Deragon on 02/17/2009

Several news items this week have stired the market of conversations.  The AP story about Twitter looking for ways to monetize its users and traffic.  Facebook changing its terms of service reflecting that it owns our content.

These two announcements create numerous conversations with different perspectives.  Yesterday we wrote a post titled “Is This Where The Money Is? which addresses the longer term view of the current dynamics of the conversational market.  Below is a video perspective on these very issues.

Arguments about the ROIfrom Social Media and moves from operators will continue and at the same time technology will advance which helps converge the conversational threads and create new value in the form of knowledge and innovation.  This new conversational market is still new and the dynamics will change, daily, weekly and at the clikc of a mouse.  Look to the long term and the real value will emerge. Instead of reacting maybe we need to listen, think and stay ahead of the curve.  What say you?

Here is my perspective on reactions to the recent news announcement.

So what do you think about our broadcast? Should we do more?

{ 6 comments }

Jim Westcott February 20, 2009 at 10:08 am

So where do I start in reinventing myself? After putting in twenty years of service with with the federal government who was always ten years behind the technology curve, I’m now retired and trying to develop a Voice Over business and at the bottom of the food chain. I would like to see a few paying clients come my way and would be delighted to have a little pocket change to help out in todays economy.

Dan February 19, 2009 at 6:31 pm

Jay, You are on to something here. Great job.

dave davison February 17, 2009 at 10:23 am

Jay – Your video is a valuable addition to the blog – and puts your personality into the conversation.

I will subscribe to both.

JDeragon February 17, 2009 at 6:08 am

What Are The Emerging Arguments?: Several news items this week have stired the market of conversations.  The AP .. http://tinyurl.com/db2h7q

prblogs February 17, 2009 at 5:23 am

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JDeragon February 17, 2009 at 5:14 am

New blog post: What Are The Emerging Arguments? http://tinyurl.com/db2h7q

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