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Professor Nixon interviewed popular blogger Kneale Mann for her blog publicrelationsmatters.com

What did I learn?

-I did now know who Kneale Mann was at all before watching this viral video. But he seems to be a very well learned man on social media and how it affects the world. 

-Kneale Mann worked in corporate America before he became an independent blogger. He is in the process of writing his first book called Social Media Employee Toolkit. He has also created marketing policies, social media policy, and rules of engagements for companies. He worked for a radio station for 23 years and did everything from cleaning floors to creating radio programs.   

-he blogs multiple times daily. People should blog about subjects that interest them.  You should be more concerned with the content of your blog, than its Technorati rating.

-Twitter is a form of micro-blogging.

-Pay-it-forward: Comment on people’s blogs that comment on yours. Expand to blogs that are written by people not immediately in your circle. 

What surprised you?

-You should not care about the number of followers you have on twitter. You should be more concerned with the topic.

-Mann predicted that there will be a labor shortage within the next 10 – 15 years. Now it is harder to get managerial positions because everybody does not have the qualities to lead.

-All great writing, writes the ending first, then the beginning, and fill in the middle.

What do you want to know more about?

-South by SouthWest was mentioned, I have heard about it through the MTV reality TV show The Real World.

-Google Alert is a program that alerts you every time someone mentions your name online. 

-Suggested people to follow with popular blogs Liz Strauss  Successful and Outstanding Bloggers ,  Todd Defrin Pr Squared , and Mitch Joel  Six Pixels of Separation

Follow Kneale Mann on twitter @knealemann or visit his blog One Mann’s Opinion

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