The Interaction Action Sep 29th, 2010


There’s a million different ways to interact with artists online with new ways popping up every day. Sometimes it’s a blog. Sometimes it’s Facebook. Twitter. Email. Now that we’ve moved into a new era of “Location Based Social Networking” do you think it will change the way that you interact with your favorite artists? Do you think there’s a way to connect even more closely with them?

We’ve been playing with some different “location” ideas, and have a couple things in the cooker, but we’d love to hear your thoughts. What’s your favorite way to interact with your favorite artist/speaker/author?

2 Responses to “The Interaction Action”

  1. Shellie (baylormum) says:

    One thing I kind of miss? The face-to-face time, on-line. That was a great tool, way back 2 years ago! It has kind of felt like a disconnect this year. Loved “walking” around the venue with HN, or listening to Mike D singing “Times” with just his guitar in the “green” room. I know things changes with last springs RAWRS, with everyone signed for streaming live. I love twitter, but still don’t get the gowalla, four-square. I mean I understand it, it just isn’t for me.

    You guys all have a wicked sense of humor & creativity. You are leading the way on how to take the pulse of the audience. You find what works, but you don’t stop there. You take it up a notch (or 4). Always brain-storming. Keep it up!


  2. Pokinatcha says:

    I seriously doubt “Location Based Social Networking” is gonna to change anything for me. The artists I like would have to come to Hawaii and that just doesn’t happen much.
    I really don’t know that much about the location based stuff. Although, I love what you did with it on MM’s page. I don’t really interact with my favorite artists on Facebook. I don’t know why. I love to interact with them via Twitter & their blogs. I’ve had nothing put positive experiences.

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