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H1N1, Content Marketing, and Your Business: Debbie Weil Talks Shop in a Video Chat

She’s got game.

Debbie Weil is a great social media mind, producer of the popular Blog Write for CEOs, community leader, and well known author on all things corporate blogging. And last month she was named one of the DC region’s Top 100 Tech Titans by Washingtonian Magazine. It’s been my pleasure over this past year learning Debbie’s take at different events on how social media can be effective for businesses (and for building community with stakeholders in general).

Video chat: 3.5 minutess
Here’s a fun, insight-packed video of a recent conversation we shared. She took the time to talk-shop on the Swine Flu, what it’s revealed about social media’s utility, and approaches to content marketing. I didn’t want our conversation to end; thanks again Debbie for your time and patience while this video went live (-look forward to resuming some of these conversations soon).

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    8. youtube leads the way. :)

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    9. Social media leads the way not only for entertainment but for more important issues too.

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