Guy Kawasaki is one of the most admired, respected, and loved personalities in the blogosphere. Guy is the founding partner at
="http://www.garage.com/">Garage and co-founder of
="http://www.alltop.com/">Alltop as well as an author, speaker, and hockey addict. Guy has written many business and entrepreneurial books, including How to Drive Your Competition Crazy and The Macintosh Way.
Guy first became well-known in the mid 1980s as an evangelist for Apple, evangelizing Macintosh to developers. He left Apple in 1987, but returned as an Apple fellow in 1995.
Kawasaki has started and sold several companies, including Acius and Fog City Software. His current blog is called How To Change The World. He is also very active on Twitter.
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Social Media, Blogging and Business Lessons from Mari Smith, Guy Kawasaki, Chris Brogan and Peter Shankmanby directionseo / on Nov 15, 2011
Deep Diving Twitter and Facebook with Guy Kawasaki
Holy Kaw, that's interestingby hausman / on May 26, 2011
Guy Kawasaki on the Art of Enchantment
Brian Solis talks with Guy Kawasaki, former chief evangelist of Apple. Guy is also Co-founder of Alltop.com, Author of Enchantment, Reality Check, The Art of the Star, as well as Founding partner of Garage Technology Ventures.by briansolis / on Mar 25, 2011
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Guy mentioned that he often hears social media ‘experts’ say to only post to their fanpages once or twice a day. He says they are wrong, that you should update more often and I agree. The more often I post on any fanpage the more reach I get. Not only do I reach more people in general, I reach more of my own fans. ...2 days ago
Starting a business is usually the result of a personal dream or need. Investors tell me that they invest in people, more than the idea. Customers buy from people, not from a company, at least at the startup stages. That’s why it’s important to build a personal brand, in parallel and before your business brand. ...2 weeks ago
Have you ever wonder about how to start up something but couldnt make up your mind in the end? Well, I had read a meaningful book today. The title is "The Art of the Start" by Guy Kawasaki (Author of Rules for Revolutionaries. Frankly speaking, I often want to start something but I was always hold by my own ...2 weeks ago
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