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  1. I think it’s ridiculous. This doesn’t prove how much influence someone has, just how desperate for approval most people are. It’s like those “best blogs” lists where you move to the #1 spot if you get the most people to “vote” for you. What does that prove exactly?

  2. Excellent, well done! In line with mine, but won’t spam you with links to my post.

    Similar concept, they are doing it out of sheer stupidity, and they are going to excuse it with pageviews and free publicity. Always interesting how clueleness wins by sheer magnitude over clued-in.

    Thanks for the nice psot.

  3. *hangs head in shame* ok, I got the email from Fast Company, I logged in, I twittered it etc. But it really is a big nothing. Reminds me of that site Gleamd. Remember that one? I expected something more substantial than a get out the vote contest.

    Your post makes me feel silly, which means it’s spot-on.

  4. Who would be outraged by this? It’s common sense (and a sense of style as well). I didn’t know that *loser was a social media term but it seems to be a transparent one. πŸ™‚

  5. Wondering how many took the bait earlier??.. If not read this first.. we need to start thinking more about 'authentic'…http://lnkd.in/iQf4Fk

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