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Episode No. 57: Jay Baer, Social Media Consultant

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Jay Baer has been in the digital space for almost 20 years, ranging from the pre-browser days to his current role as head of Convince and Convert. He speaks and consults regularly on social media issues, as well as authoring The Now Revolution. He’s working on a new book now, as well. Oh, and hey — he’s got a podcast too, which just launched earlier this year; it’s called Social Pros.

Baer and I spoke a couple of days before the Facebook IPO. We covered that, Google Plus, Pinterest, how to evaluate web sites, the value of traffic, and much more. If you consider yourself a social media buff — or if you just think the field is interesting and want to know a bit more about it — this is a good interview for you to check out.

If you want to see one of Baer’s keynotes, well, here ya are:

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