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30 free audio interviews with word of mouth marketing experts

We’ve interviewed 30 amazing word of mouth marketing experts and we’re going to be sharing all the content on our Facebook page over the next few weeks. Listen and share here: http://facebook.com/gaspedal

See them all live at Word of Mouth Supergenius: The “How to be Great at Word of Mouth Marketing” Conference on December 16 here in Chicago.

The fantastic speakers are:

  • Rick Murray – Edelman
  • John Moore – WOMMA
  • Olivier Blanchard – BrandBuilder
  • Saul Colt – Zoocasa (formerly of FreshBooks)
  • Bob Pearson – Social Media Business Council (formerly of Dell)
  • Allan Schoenberg – CME Group
  • Jason Falls – Social Media Explorer
  • Lane Becker – Get Satisfaction
  • Andy Sernovitz (yours truly) – GasPedal
  • Randy Lopez – formerly of G&M Plumbing
  • Lindsay Lebresco – Converseon
  • Rod Brooks – PEMCO
  • Adam Brown – Coca-Cola
  • Kira Wampler – Intuit
  • Ramon De Leon – Domino’s Pizza
  • Matthew Guiste – Starbucks
  • Spike Jones – Brains on Fire, on Fiskars
  • Warren Ackerman – Affinitive, on Random House Publishing
  • Todd Spencer – Doe-Anderson, on Maker’s Mark
  • Jeff Rohrs – ExactTarget, on Dreamfield’s Pasta
  • Jake McKee – Ant’s Eye View, on LEGO
  • Sam Decker – Bazaarvoice, on The Land of Nod
  • Andy Nulman — Airborne Mobile
  • Andy Wibbels — Six Apart
  • Paul Gillin — Paul Gillin Communications
  • Lois Kelly — Bloghound
  • John Jantsch — Duct Tape Marketing
  • Mitch Joel — Twist Image
  • George Wright – Blendtec

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