Get Jumpin’, Episode 1: Keith Norris, Marketing Association Chief Exec

In this episode:

  • What is the future of social media, from a marketing veteran’s point of view?
  • How will the consumers of the future communicate?
  • Why men in their 60s can’t type
  • What social media evangelists can learn from this DM evangelist
  • Why online video will change communication

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5 thoughts on “Get Jumpin’, Episode 1: Keith Norris, Marketing Association Chief Exec

  • Ludwig Wendzich

    I really enjoyed that video however there’s one thing I disagree with and that’s the comment that kids may say they use social networks but the really don’t. I can tell you for a FACT that Social Networks have replaced email for most teenagers (I’m not included in this generalisation) but I know each has has the social network that everyone has a profile on and they use the messaging and commenting services on those social networks as well as IM to communicate. Email is for chain mail unfortunately.

    For example at my school it’s Bebo and MSN.

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  • Ludwig Wendzich

    I really enjoyed that video however there’s one thing I disagree with and that’s the comment that kids may say they use social networks but the really don’t. I can tell you for a FACT that Social Networks have replaced email for most teenagers (I’m not included in this generalisation) but I know each has has the social network that everyone has a profile on and they use the messaging and commenting services on those social networks as well as IM to communicate. Email is for chain mail unfortunately.

    For example at my school it’s Bebo and MSN.

    Reply
  • Marketer

    Nice to see that you go straight to the top!

    You are influencing the “establishment” . That can only be good for social networking and marketing in NZ . The marketing association is an influential social network. good on ya.

    Reply
  • Marketer

    Nice to see that you go straight to the top!

    You are influencing the “establishment” . That can only be good for social networking and marketing in NZ . The marketing association is an influential social network. good on ya.

    Reply
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