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#HecklersHangout Lucky 13 – The Ken Mueller Incident

Ken Mueller on Hecklers' HangoutThis past week we at Hecklers’ Hangout were lucky enough to host Mr. Ken Mueller (kmueller62) of Inkling Media. While the conversation at times, as is custom, got a bit crazy, we actually talked about a lot of interesting stuff. For example:

Ken talked about how as a marketer, he isn’t the guy that will just build Facebook pages or give you Twitter followers and then back off. That’s not really what marketing is.

He talked about how he started Inkling Media and how he realized it was starting to take off.

We around the “table” talked about the concept of slacktivism – is social media really good for cause marketing? Ken mentioned that he thinks Pinterest is a really huge opportunity for NPOs and Jure and Brian also mentioned the importance of video. We actually riffed on video for awhile, discussing some of the obstacles people put in the way of video production.

And then, of course, we talked about Gini a little, who apparently introduced Ken to almost everyone he knows. Gini’s blog is a good example of a place where community can flourish. It was also noted (on Ken’s part) that Gini might have a fat head :D

Overall, it was a lively conversation also incorporating a cameo appearance from Ken’s famous dog Shadow and Dawn’s now famous kitty, who was SO HUNGRY! If you missed all of this wildness, you can watch the video down below!

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Margie Clayman

Margie Clayman is Vice President of Client Services at Clayman Marketing Communications, her family's full-service marketing firm in Akron, Ohio. Margie blogs for the agency at http://www.claymanmarketingcommunications.wordpress.com. She also blogs at her own site (http://www.margieclayman.com), for Razoo (http://www.social.razoo.com), for Carol Roth (http://www.carolroth.com/blog) and for Leaderswest (http://www.leaderswest.com). When not blogging, Margie enjoys learning everything there is to know about the history of the world, exercising, and crafting.

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