Seth Godin – Ideas and Marketing

English: American entrepreneur, author and pub...

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This is a video about Seth Godin and ideas and doing what you want in connection with marketing it.

More information about him can be found at his website here.

SETH GODIN has written fourteen books that have been translated into more than thirty languages. Every one has been a bestseller. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most of all, changing everything.

As an entrepreneur, he has founded dozens of companies, most of which failed. Yoyodyne, his first internet company, was funded by Flatiron and Softbank and acquired by Yahoo! in 1998. It pioneered the use of ethical direct mail online, something Seth calls Permission Marketing. He was VP of Direct Marketing at Yahoo! for a year.

His latest company, Squidoo.com, is ranked among the top 125 sites in the US (by traffic) by Quantcast. It allows anyone (even you) to build a page about any topic you’re passionate about. The site raises money for charity and pays royalties to its million plus members.

More about this video:

The marketing guru and author talks about the new year, the ‘forever recession’, and how you can join the race to the top, instead of settling for the bottom.

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2 responses to “Seth Godin – Ideas and Marketing”

  1. thenicethingaboutstrangers says :

    Seth Godin is a life-changer! He refers to everything, he relates to everything, he suits plans from physical fitness to empire building. 🙂

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