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Jason Falls

Jason Falls is the founder and chief instigator for Social Media Explorer's blog and signature Explore events. He is a leading thinker, speaker and strategist in the world of digital marketing and is co-author of two books, No Bullshit Social Media: The All-Business, No-Hype Guide To Social Media Marketing and The Rebel's Guide To Email Marketing. By day, he leads digital strategy for CafePress, one of the world's largest online retailers. His opinions are his, not necessarily theirs. Follow him on Twitter (@JasonFalls).

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  • http://socialvoice.liveworld.com/blog/Bryan-Persons-Blog/2000001553 Bryan Person, LiveWorld.com

    Jason: Many thanks for your writeup of LiveBar this morning. We really do believe it offers good opportunities for brands to build community right into the content pages of their site.

    As a point of clarification, LiveBar *does* allow companies to do their own moderation of comments — either on posts that go live by default (already in place) or *before* they're pushed live (this will be ready in version 1.1 due out next month). While we think LiveWorld's moderation services are very good, we certainly recognize that some customers prefer to handle the moderation work on their side. They'll have that capability with LiveBar.

  • http://socialvoice.liveworld.com/blog/Bryan-Persons-Blog/2000001553 Bryan Person, LiveWorld.com

    Jason: Many thanks for your writeup of LiveBar this morning. We really do believe it offers good opportunities for brands to build community right into the content pages of their site.

    As a point of clarification, LiveBar *does* allow companies to do their own moderation of comments — either on posts that go live by default (already in place) or *before* they're pushed live (this will be ready in version 1.1 due out next month). While we think LiveWorld's moderation services are very good, we certainly recognize that some customers prefer to handle the moderation work on their side. They'll have that capability with LiveBar.

  • http://socialvoice.liveworld.com/blog/Bryan-Persons-Blog/2000001553 Bryan Person, LiveWorld.com

    Jason: Many thanks for your writeup of LiveBar this morning. We really do believe it offers good opportunities for brands to build community right into the content pages of their site.

    As a point of clarification, LiveBar *does* allow companies to do their own moderation of comments — either on posts that go live by default (already in place) or *before* they're pushed live (this will be ready in version 1.1 due out next month). While we think LiveWorld's moderation services are very good, we certainly recognize that some customers prefer to handle the moderation work on their side. They'll have that capability with LiveBar.

  • http://socialvoice.liveworld.com/blog/Bryan-Persons-Blog/2000001553 Bryan Person, LiveWorld.com

    Jason: Many thanks for your writeup of LiveBar this morning. We really do believe it offers good opportunities for brands to build community right into the content pages of their site.

    As a point of clarification, LiveBar *does* allow companies to do their own moderation of comments — either on posts that go live by default (already in place) or *before* they're pushed live (this will be ready in version 1.1 due out next month). While we think LiveWorld's moderation services are very good, we certainly recognize that some customers prefer to handle the moderation work on their side. They'll have that capability with LiveBar.

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