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March 31, 2009


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James Wester

I've tried to revisit a topic we "discussed" via blogs not long ago, but this kind of puts an end to that need. Great post. I wish I had written it!

Dean Procter

Well done Chris. Twitter might just end up being very 'bankable'. I've been experimenting to see how easy and safe, it is to use it for payments, if you have the right methodology, and I do. It is a very inexpensive way to communicate.
Time for me to do something about it.
The 'unexpected' crisis sure slowed things down and has clearly changed the playing field in financial services. The wind is definitely out of their sails. Who would have thought? Ha Ha. If only it was funny watching a train wreck.
It did, however give us some time to toss down a few megalomania pills (with a fine red) and polish up our plot and capabilities.
I'll have less time for prognosticating and will be making fewer predictions this year but as those venture capitalists claw their way out of the rubble I'll be there with some Red Bull. Think big.
Best regards

Tracy Bramlet

Great post Chris. I just tweeted about it :>). It is great to see how some banks are incorporating Web 2.0 technology including Twitter into their marketing strategies. Right now any connection to their customers that adds a more personal feel to the interaction is a welcome one.

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