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#TNW Jeff Jarvis "It's not Google I love, it's you" Jeff Jarvis is een begenadigd spreker op The Next Web.

#TNW Jeff Jarvis "It's not Google I love, it's you"

De zaal was rustig en luisterde (en twitterde) vol genot naar het betoog van Jeff over de nieuwe ontwikkelingen om ons heen. Alles opgehangen aan de vraag "What would Google do? " Hij is een fan van Google, maar zijn verhaal gaat niet over het verGoogle-iseren van de wereld. Eerder over de nieuwe ontwikkelingen. Jeff Jarvis vliegt door zijn presentatie (zie Slideshare) en haalt er een aantal interessante voorbeelden en gedachtensprongen uit die aangeven in wat voor nieuw tijdperk we leven. Nieuwe relatie. The Next Web ‘09: Interview Jeff Jarvis. Na afloop van zijn presentatie op The Next Web 2009, had ik een interview met Jeff Jarvis, auteur van het boek “What Would Google Do?”.

The Next Web ‘09: Interview Jeff Jarvis

In het interview gaat Jarvis in op de kern van het boek: wat bedrijven, organisaties, overheden en individuen kunnen leren van die ene partij die er extreem succesvol mee is geworden, Google. Beroepspessimist Andrew Keen, die direct na Jarvis op dag 2 van The Next Web 2009 conference sprak, omschreef hem als een cheerleader. Weliswaar met een positieve ondertoon, maar toch ook weer vilein. Wellicht jaloezie? Jeff Jarvis - What would Google do sur Flickr : partage de photo. Next Web Exclusive - Interview Boris met Jeff Javis · Marketingf. Deze keer de eerste uit een unieke serie specials van Blue Shots TV.

Next Web Exclusive - Interview Boris met Jeff Javis · Marketingf

Gurus is het Blue Shots programma van Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, serial internet entrepreneur en organisator van The Next Web. The Next Web conferentie 2009 is zojuist voorbij en vele gasten, sprekers en in ieder geval de organisatie zullen op het moment van schrijven van deze post nagenieten onder het genot van een borrel. Wij bij Blue Shots TV baalden wel, want wij hadden deze week opnames voor een nieuwe set van shows. 'Overwin de crisis door te leren van Google's succes' - Het Fina. WWGD? - The PowerPoint. What Would Google Do? Jeff Jarvis’ New Rules but Where is the Bu. Illustration of Jeff Jarvis talk Today is the second day of The Nextweb conference, which is practically sold out.

What Would Google Do? Jeff Jarvis’ New Rules but Where is the Bu

Interactive media professionals, founders of web based companies and investors gather to listen to inspirational people -actually men -with their messsages about the next web. This morning Jeff Jarvis was on stage who just published his new book: What Would Google Do? A question that a lot of people ask, when thinking about a new product, service or brand, and he monetized on this idea by publishing this book. Jarvis gave a lot of short tips, that companies should embrace to be succesful. New architecture Do what you do and link to the rest Join a network/be a platform Think distributed These tips are a result of the notion taht "If the news is important it will find the consumer".

Do business in public Everybody needs a litlle SEO Your customers are your ad agency. TNW Jeff Jarvis : un album. Twitpic - Share photos on Twitter. What Would Google Do? My book, What Would Google Do?

What Would Google Do?

, will be released by Collins Business, a division of HarperCollins, on January 27, 2009. The idea: I try to reverse-engineer the success of the fastest growing company in the history of the world, the one company that truly understands how to succeed in the internet age, and then take those lessons and apply them to a number of industries, companies, and institutions, from carmakers to restaurants to universities to government. You can buy What Would Google Do? From Amazon , Barnes & Noble, or Borders. When I start making author appearances, I’ll put up a link to the schedule here. I hope you like it…. Some kind blurbs: Google is not just a company, it is an entirely new way of thinking about understanding who we are and what we want.

“What Would Google Do? “Jeff Jarvis’s What Would Google Do? “If you want to understand how the innovation around the New Web is the anithesis of the dot-com period, read this book. The publisher’s jacket copy: Jeff Jarvis: Googlize or die. Jeff Jarvis, journalist, critic, author and blogger gave a fascinating presentation based upon his new book titled “What would Google do?”.

Jeff Jarvis: Googlize or die.

Try not to let assumptions get the better of how you however, because the book itself is not about Google but rather the part we all play within this new era and how we can learn a great deal from Google. Jarvis stresses that whilst Google isn’t the be all end all, it is however the closest comparison we have to how businesses and individuals alike can succeed. Jarvis eloquently presents examples of how we can relate Google to businesses in virtually every sector – online and off – “Googlize” them so to speak. Jarvis stresses the importance of how companies should aim to provide a platform for other businesses rather than creating a business within itself.

Also, with particular reference to the use of Twitter and alike, he emphasises the importance of openness, feedback and the sharing of needs and desires. Announcing: Jeff Jarvis @ The Next Web Conference. We are proud to announce another keynote speaker for The Next Web Conference: Jeff Jarvis Jeff is associate professor and director of the interactive journalism program at the City University of New York’s new Graduate School of Journalism and consulting editor of Daylife, a news startup.

Announcing: Jeff Jarvis @ The Next Web Conference

He writes a new media column for The Guardian and consults for media companies. Jeff is also one of the internet’s A-list bloggers. His blog, BuzzMachine, is part of the top 1000 most popular blogs in the world at number 558.