Trust Agents Blogging Schedule

Trust Agents by Chris Brogan and Julien SmithI’m totally stoked about the Trust Agents group blog project.  Can’t wait to get started!  And now the wait is over.  Sixteen of my fellow bloggers are going to read and discuss Trust Agents: Using the Web to Build Influence, Improve reputation and Earn Trust, the new book by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith.

Not only am I excited to dive into the content of the book itself, but we’ve got some fantastic bloggers participating.  And even cooler yet, I got to meet several of these guys and girls at Catalyst last week.

So, I hope you’ll pick up a copy of the book yourself, read it and discuss it along with us. Here’s the schedule and bloggers who are participating.

Date Chapter Blogger Blog Twitter
Wed 10/14 1a Paul Steinbrueck blog @PaulSteinbrueck
Fri 10/16 1b Susan Stewart blog @susan_stewart
Mon 10/19 2a Mary Beth Stockdale blog @mbstockdale
Wed 10/21 2b Steven Rossi blog @SuperMoonMan
Fri 10/23 3a Adam Shields blog @adamrshields
Mon 10/26 3b Brandon Smith blog @mynameisbrandon
Wed 10/28 4a Everett Bracken blog @evdaddy
Fri 10/30 4b Jan Cox blog @indianachick
Mon 11/2 5a Greg Atkinson blog @GregAtkinson
Wed 11/4 5b Graham Brenna blog @gbrenna
Fri 11/6 6a Phillip Gibb blog @phillipgibb
Mon 11/9 6b Tim Schraeder blog @timschraeder
Wed 11/11 7a Jeremy Young blog  @jeremy_young
Fri 11/13 7b Deana Kistner blog @organizedartist
Mon 11/16 8a Justin Wise blog @JustinWise
Wed 11/18 8b Scott Williams blog @ScottWilliams

Updated 10/13: Scott Williams is joining us and will blog on chapter 8b.

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, elder of CypressMeadows.org, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck and add him to your circles at Google+ as +Paul Steinbrueck.

12 Responses to “Trust Agents Blogging Schedule”

  1. looking forward to it!

  2. Wow! This is exciting. I look forward to hearing how this all goes. I’m grateful that you’re poking through our book. I hope it’s fun for you, and I look forward to learning along with you.

  3. Seems as though it is a little difficult to get the book here in Australia.
    Waiting on an email from dymocks.
    I may have to order through Amazon if I can’t get a copy in the next day or two.

  4. Awesome stuff man – this is going to be great :-)
    The book looks fantastic – I have started reading it already.

  5. Hey Chris, thanks for stopping by Christian Web Trends. Just another example of how you don’t just talk the talk but walk the walk of being a Trust Agent. Looking forward the book, the discussion, and becoming a better Trust Agent myself.

    Jeremy, hope you can get the book quickly. Maybe an electronic copy?

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