It’s Officially The Age of Conversation

Posted by Connie Reece on July 16, 2020 at 8:49 am

The Age of Conversation launched this morning! Read the release announcement and check out the AOC book project blog.

The book collaboration has been covered by Techmeme, and a great interview with the project’s originators appeared in Ad Age, where the book is reviewed in their bookstore. The book has also been featured in Social Computing Magazine: here and here.

The Age of Conversation is available in three formats:

e-book: $9.99 ($7.99 going to charity)
paperback book: $16.95 ($8.10 to charity)
hardback book: $29.99 ($8.55 to charity)

Place your order online at

As noted above, all proceeds above the cost of production go to Variety, the Children’s Charity.

I’m off to order my own copies. For the last three months I’ve been dying to see what all the other contributors had to say, and today’s the day!

It has been a great privilege to be included in this collaboration, and I simply can’t thank Gavin Heaton and Drew McLellan enough for getting this whole thing started.

I also look forward to hearing what you think about The Age of Conversation.

So let’s get the conversation started . . .

Category: Social Media, In the News, Conversation, e-book, Bloggers, Books

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Comment by David Armano

Made July 16, 2020 at 9:16 am

Better go order my copy before it sells out!

Comment by Toby

Made July 16, 2020 at 6:16 pm

Connie - Not only does the Age of Conversation provide 103 insights into the new communication but it’s a wonderful example of how to make it happen. Looking forward to reading your ‘chapter!’

Comment by Connie Reece

Made July 22, 2020 at 6:24 pm

David - love your cover design for the book! Thanks for stopping by.

Toby - Yours was one of the first I read. Had to see what the Diva said. :-)

Comment by Aruni Gunasegaram

Made July 29, 2020 at 1:28 pm

Congratulations. Maybe I can win a copy if I make you laugh in your most recent post! :-)

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