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The Social Nerdia Show! is the audio companion to, a blog about the convergence of technology + marketing + social media, and the people / sub-cultures making it possible. You can read about each of our shows and interviews at

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Michael Chui is a McKinsey & Company consultant and technology expert with deep knowledge around Web 2.0 tools and the opportunities they present for companies. Michael is one of the co-authors of The McKinsey Quareterly's "Six... more

CEO of iFusion Labs, the parent company of Woopra, and host of the popular Wealth Nation podcast. Read about this interview:

Ryan Paugh is the co-founder of Brazen Careerist.

Interview w/ Louis Pagan, social media consultant and co-founder of Latinos in Social Media. Read about this interview! Louis Pagan on LATISM, the Growing Latino Community and the Social part of Social Media. Click below:... more

Interview w/ Bob Knorpp, host of The BeanCast and founder of The Cool Beans Group talks about Podcasting, the State of the Ad Industry and Social Media Mindsets. Read more about this interview here:... more

Social Nerdia Show! - Interview w/ Doug Aamoth, Reviews Editor for, part of the TechCrunch network talks about Gadget Reporting and the Future of Blogging. Read more here:... more

Interview with Carol Phillips from Brand Amplitude to talk about millenial marketing and branding.
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List of Upcoming Guests!

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Hey everybody, Here is a list of our upcoming guests: Carol Phillips (Brand Amplitude), one of the Ubisoft Frag Dolls (girl gamers), Doug Aamoth (CrunchGear), Bob Knorpp (The BeanCast podcast), Louis Pagan (Latinos in... more

Interview with Mark "Rizzn" Hopkins, Editor-in-Chief for SiliconANGLE.

@socialnerdia and @domineconcept talk tech news (eBay finally sells a large portion of Skype, personalized in-videogame ads, Augemented Reality in your eyes with Wi-Fi in your brain, Wikipedia color schemes), not-so-tech... more
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