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November 28, 2006

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dwlt

Congratulations Chris! Very well deserved.

Jeroen Mirck

Congratulations indeed! I added this information to the interview we had two weeks ago by phone (and which has been pubished online recently - click my name). Unfortunately I can't make it to Marketing3, so let's meet at another conference.

Bertrand Weegenaar

Hello Chris, honoured to have spoke to you today and of course congratulations of winning this great title/award with your book.

Have a nice stay in the Netherlands, looking forward in listening to you tomorrow and we'll meet again.

Greetings Bertrand

encoders

Congratulations Mr.Anderson! Very well deserved.
raj
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BWJones

Congratulations Chris,

The book has been a landmark in business, and I look forward to other "markets" where these principals can apply. Science!

Eduard Blacquière

Congratulations Chris!

I think the Long Tail is the most important development in the economy of the 21st century (untill now...). Credits to you for giving a lot of people that insight with your clear and complete book!

Keep up the good work.

Eduard 'EdWords' Blacquière

R Hayes

The phrase "compliance officer" doesn't really belong in quotes. It's a real job that requires several securities industry licenses. Bear Stearns is a broker/dealer and subject to regulation by the NASD, NYSE, & SEC. There are strict regulations regarding the release of materials from research departments. Compliance approval is a mandatory step.

-r hayes

MiKe

I'm half-way through the book, it is very interesting. It explains in simple terms how google is able to make more money than all the traditional advertising based companies because they tap into nontraditional advertisers which will not or cannot advertise inother media due to cost.

Also, dollar stores are a big example of log tail in action, they make billions in small volumes of millions of things!

Chris

Congrats Chris.

I saw you speak with Will Hearst before the book even came out at the Long Now Foundation in San Francisco. Here is a link to a full-length video of the program. Really great stuff for anyone interested.

http://fora.tv/fora/showthread.php?t=453

Justin Vijgen

Chris,

Thanks again for your presentations at Marketing3. We we're honoured to have you at our conference. For anyone who unfortunately couldn't be there, you can watch the presentations here: www.mediaplazatv.nl

Best regards,
Justin

Wim van Rooijen

The direct link to the webcast of the presentation of Chris Anderson in Utrecht, The Netherlands can be found at http://www.mediaplazatv.nl/index.php/mpdb/article/marketing3/
The beginning is in Dutch but Chris switched over to english very quickly. Have fun and learn from the interesting theory of The Long Tail and the good examples en cases.

nurceyiz

I'm half-way through the book, it is very interesting. It explains in simple terms how google is able to make more money than all the traditional advertising based companies because they tap into nontraditional advertisers which will not or cannot advertise inother media due to cost.

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

Notes and sources for the book

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