The First Word on the Age of Conversation

Age of Conversation
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Today 102 other contributors and I proudly launch our collaborative book, The Age of Conversation. Pulled together by Drew McLellan and I — with special assistance from David Armano, Arun Rajagopal, David Reich, Matt Dickman, CK and Roger Anderson — it represents what we consider to be a world first — bringing together over 100 marketing experts under the single topic of "conversation" — in record time — from idea to completion in around THREE MONTHS!

Not only did the contributors band together, they also willingly put aside their royalties so that the profits from sale can be donated to Variety, the Children’s Charity.

The book comes in three versions — eBook, soft cover and hard cover. Each contributes around $8 per purchase to the charity.
You can purchase your copy here.

Oh, and remember, this is just the start. Follow-up and join the conversation at our blog or at our Facebook group.

I would like to also personally thank my co-conspirator, Drew McLellan, who has proven to be a wise, generous and energetic friend. I look forward to working on our next collaborative effort!

9 thoughts on “The First Word on the Age of Conversation

  1. CONGRATULATIONS to all the authors, contributors and naturally to you Gavin and Drew. This is simply : FANTASTIC ! ! !

  2. Gavin,
    I can’t thank you and Drew enough for letting me be a part of this project. It is easily one of the coolest things I’ve been a part of and I feel very honored. The two of you should also get an award for dealing with all of us writers… saint hood can’t be far off.
    Really looking forward to reading the book!

  3. Congrats Gavin, that is awesome.
    Hey I’ve tried emailing you a couple of times but it keeps getting bounced back…?

  4. Congrats on the Collective Intelligence Gavin or perhaps that is the wisdom of crowds.
    Great idea and right for it’s time…now my only debate is which version to order…:)
    Sean “Buzz Canuck” Moffitt

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