Tomorrow At Big Think: Blogger Steve Rubel

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expert and blogger Steve Rubel comes to Big Think tomorrow to discuss

the intersection between the new media technologies and marketing

strategies. Post your questions for him here.

Steve Rubel is Senior Vice President and Director of

Insights for Edelman Digital. He is regularly referred to by CNET PC Magazine, Forbes and other magazines for his knowledge of media and

online trends as they affect marketing communications.


Rubel has been included on a number of notable lists including PR

Week's 40 Under 40, The Forbes.com Web Celeb 25, PC Magazine's 100

Favorite Blogs, Media Magazine's Media 100, the AlwaysOn/Technorati

Open Media 100 and the CNET News.com Blog 100.


His blog, Micro Persuasion, follows digital trends and has 50,000 daily readers. Rubel also writes a bi-weekly column in Advertising Age.

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