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Event Description:Self-Promoters are single-handedly saving the world. Without even trying, they're becoming the "go-to" people when someone has a question. Twitter, Facebook, and whatever comes next is, for the first time, allowing the world to contact anyone, for anything, at any time. When other people know to go to you, and you give them the answer they need, you become beloved - And then self-promotion turns into other people WANTING to promote you. The cycle starts again.Hilton DSunday, March 14 at 12:30 PM
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review by . March 14, 2010
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We were mid-lunch on 6th St. when someone asked if we were planning on hitting any of the 12:30 sessions.  It would have been easy to say no, but we decided to hurry up and hustle down to the Hilton for Peter Shankman's session.      I'm glad we did because it turned out to be one of the best decisions that I made all week.      His frenetically paced presentation was full of great takeaways that tied together a lot of loose ends that have been floating …
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