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Complete Coverage of OMMA Social 2009

Here you&;ll find coverage of MediaPost&39;s OMMA Social 2009 from around the web; post your links in the comments and I&39;ll add them here.

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    January 28, 2009

    David, thanks for the great coverage and summaries. I have to admit being a tad disappointed that our little Twitter panel was not deemed worthy of coverage. While the panelists weren’t considered “experts,” but rather active Twitter users, I thought the discussion had merit. Entertainment value at least.

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    January 29, 2009

    I wrote Paul directly, but I’ll add here that I got stuck in some
    conversations and missed parts of a few sessions – unfortunately, this was
    one of them, but that’s why I’m trying to post links to all the coverage I
    can find. – David

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    January 29, 2009

    Here’s a couple of my thoughts and the slides from Rich Ullman’s lunchtime presentation at OMMA Social: “Social Marketing Models that work for Publishers and Marketers”
    http://dalelarson.com/2009/01/a-hint-about-good-presentations-politics-as-an-example-of-transparency-and-omma-social.html

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