240 responses to “What is a #SocialMedia Thought Leader?”

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  4. julia isabella

    being a thought leader surely is about creativity, out of the box thinking, etc. i believe the most important step in becomming a leader online is to approach the (potential) ‘followers’. to lead a group of people in the offline world is easier in ways that you can charm them with your personality. to be charming or seem attractive online is about raising awareness about your charm, and there is no better way to do that than to engage in as many conversations, posts etc as possible, to show who u r and what u r made of. this actually makes me wonder: can sb become a thought leader in the online world while not being a leader offline?is it about your personality or just the appearance that you can build and manage online?

  5. Rick Siegfried

    Great post Amy! Taking risks and being active with your audience is definitely key to social media leadership.

  6. Evelyn Chou

    What about “being transparent”? What will be a good balance of contributing you thoughts and being open-minded & transparent?

  7. Erik Qualman

    Thanks for the kind words Dave and yes, Amy is a rockstar!