Still crunching numbers for the survey from the last few weeks, and also wrapping up a major writing job rough draft. Look for the compilation post in the next day or so. Thanks for your patience!
Meanwhile, did you know that our Topics on Fire episode on January 18th is going to be all about WINE and social media? We’re going to discuss marketing it online, finding people who share your passion for it online, planning wine events online, finding great wine online, and more. We have some fabulous panelists, from wine makers and wine distributors to oenophiles, including Emilio Saez Von Eerd, Dale Cruse, Craig Drollett, Mike Cochran and a few more yet to be announced. PLEASE NOTE: this episode, and only this episode, will be live at 4:30 PM Eastern so that our panelists from Europe can join us. Future episodes will return to the normal time of 10:00 PM EST.
I’m planning to make an appearance at the Portsmouth MargUp Tweetup networking event on January 15th, so stop by and say hi. There is a chamber of commerce meeting right before that so I’ll be a bit late, but I will be there.
I am conducting a bit of an informal survey here. I won’t reveal my position on the matter at hand, so as to avoid undue skewing of the results. However, I am using both the Dunbar Number theory and Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) of personalities to gather some data on Twitter for my survey and impending companion blog post. Please put your answers in the comments before January 5th, 2009. I’ll then post the results of my survey and a post about my theory that inspired the survey and how well they supported my theory (or didn’t).
Never heard of the Dunbar Number theory? Click here.
(Yes, I started this on a survery site and found that it did not correlate the data correctly for me, so I am scrapping that early data. Please play again via the comments here. I will put the first comment so you see the information I need. Enter your MBTI and your follower count as of today. Thank you!)