The CM Summit Is Coming, Get the App…

If you’re coming to the CM Summit in a few weeks, or if you’re just curious about the lineup and content (which is sure to drive quite a conversation in the world of marketing), you should download the CM Summit mobile app. The app provides access to speaker, attendee,…

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If you’re coming to the CM Summit in a few weeks, or if you’re just curious about the lineup and content (which is sure to drive quite a conversation in the world of marketing), you should download the CM Summit mobile app. The app provides access to speaker, attendee, agenda, and sponsor information as well as twitter and news feeds. I’ve used it in beta and it’s pretty darn slick. Check it out! (Cross posted from FM blog).

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The Latest Signals, For All You RSS Junkies

As I do every three Signals or so, here are the links for you RSS readers out there. And for all you readers trying to decipher what I'm on about, there are hints all over these roundups. Not that you're paying attention that closely, but still, the threads are there….

As I do every three Signals or so, here are the links for you RSS readers out there. And for all you readers trying to decipher what I’m on about, there are hints all over these roundups. Not that you’re paying attention that closely, but still, the threads are there.

Tuesday Signal: Consider This

Monday Signal: The Open Book

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Help Me Interview Omar Hamoui, CEO AdMob

The CM Summit is three weeks away, and already I've asked for your input on four major voices in digital media and marketing: Arianna Huffington, Tony Hsieh, Tim Armstrong, and Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. Next on the hit list is Omar Hamoui, CEO of AdMob, the mobile marketing company Google…

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The CM Summit is three weeks away, and already I’ve asked for your input on four major voices in digital media and marketing: Arianna Huffington, Tony Hsieh, Tim Armstrong, and Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.

Next on the hit list is Omar Hamoui, CEO of AdMob, the mobile marketing company Google recently acquired for $750 million. That acquisition hasn’t gone as smoothly as Google would like – it’s still under FTC review, though a decision is expected any day now. Apple Inc. also bid for AdMob, but lost, and purchased competitor Quattro Wireless instead. Apple has since integrated Quattro and launched iAds, but Google has had to sit on the sidelines and wait.

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Help Me Interview Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Chairman, The New York Times Co.

The CM Summit is now just three weeks away, I hope you can join us. We've got more than 450 folks signed up, and we'll hit our limit pretty soon, so register now… With that in mind, fourth on our hit list of CM Summit interviews is Arthur Sulzberger…

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The CM Summit is now just three weeks away, I hope you can join us. We’ve got more than 450 folks signed up, and we’ll hit our limit pretty soon, so register now…

With that in mind, fourth on our hit list of CM Summit interviews is Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Chairman, The New York Times Co.

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Recent Signals

For all you RSS consumers out there wondering what I do late at night: Thursday Signal: Still About Facebook Weds. Signal: Facebook Losing Face? Tuesday Signal: A Walk in the Park Thanks for reading…….

For all you RSS consumers out there wondering what I do late at night:

Thursday Signal: Still About Facebook

Weds. Signal: Facebook Losing Face?

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Help Me Interview Tim Armstrong at CM Summit

Third on our hit list of CM Summit interviews is Tim Armstrong, CEO of AOL.   Tim has now held that title for just about a year. Lately he’s taken to rallying the AOL troops with this decidedly controversial slogan: “Beat the Internet!” If you want to find out what that’s…

AOL-Tim-Armstrong_medium.jpgThird on our hit list of CM Summit interviews is Tim Armstrong, CEO of AOL.  

Tim has now held that title for just about a year. Lately he’s taken to rallying the AOL troops with this decidedly controversial slogan: “Beat the Internet!”

If you want to find out what that’s all about, how Tim’s first year on the job has gone, and more, please come to the conference. And if you want me to ask your question on stage, please leave it in comments here!

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Three Recent Signals

Readers have asked for links to the FM Signal here, and I've missed a few. So that you might stay in touch (in particular, all you 175K or so RSS readers), herewith are them links: Tuesday Signal: A Walk in the Park You have to see the last item. Facebook…

Readers have asked for links to the FM Signal here, and I’ve missed a few. So that you might stay in touch (in particular, all you 175K or so RSS readers), herewith are them links:

Tuesday Signal: A Walk in the Park You have to see the last item. Facebook is on its heels. Maybe it needs a HeelTastic(TM). See Friday….

Monday Signal: Sue Me! As Kara said, let’s try to keep it civil as we sue the sh*t out of each other, and if not that, then kill each other in the markets.

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Help Me Interview Tony Hsieh

Next up on the hit list of amazing conversations at CM Summit is Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, now a division of Amazon. Tony is also an author, and everyone who comes to the conference will get a copy of his new book "Delivering Happiness," which will be published…

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Next up on the hit list of amazing conversations at CM Summit is Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, now a division of Amazon. Tony is also an author, and everyone who comes to the conference will get a copy of his new book “Delivering Happiness,” which will be published the first day of the event (June 7th). Who wants to take odds that the book will do well at Amazon?  

Zappos is an extraordinary story, but so is Tony, who sold his first business to Microsoft for more than a quarter billion dollars (Tony was in his mid twenties at the time).

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Help Me Interview Arianna Huffington

Longtime readers know that as each conference I host draws near, I invite you all to help me interview the luminaries who grace our stages. We’re one month out from this year’s CM Summit, and the lineup is incredible.   I’m working backwards through the keynote conversations, and the conference…

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Longtime readers know that as each conference I host draws near, I invite you all to help me interview the luminaries who grace our stages. We’re one month out from this year’s CM Summit, and the lineup is incredible.  

I’m working backwards through the keynote conversations, and the conference will end with Arianna Huffington, the founder and EIC of The Huffington Post.

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