Yes, it is that time of the year where all internet thinkers (even junkies) try their shot at predicting different trends for year 2009. I believe the greatest gift of internet or more specifically Web 2.0is that, it has given a platform to build up a community of great thinkers and collaboration between them. This was taken further by Peter Kim who prepared a list of Social Media predictions for year 2009 taking cues from 14 great minds on Social Media. Here’s the abridged portion:

  • “Although it is now cheaper to launch an initiative leveraging Web 2.0 technology – it requires qualified and passionate people to make them successful.” – David Armano
  • “You may not always start the year as a leader, but you can certainly finish it that way.” – Rohit Bhargava
  • “Intimacy touches emotion; emotion powers conversation.” – Pete Blackshaw
  • “Doors are going to close all over the social web. Why? Because the money didn’t come the way people thought it would.” – Chris Brogan
  • “The tipping point has not only *not* been reached, but could still tilt *away* from Social Media.” – Todd Defren
  • “There’s a lot of fixing that needs to be done.” – Jason Falls
  • “Dwindling budgets suddenly make low-cost social media look like the pretty girl at the ball.” – Ann Handley
  • “We’re going to develop a set of better metrics to help guide, direct and validate ‘commitment’.” – Joseph Jaffe
  • “The movement is rooted in a desire to have quality, not quantity, as people cocoon in the face of the economic crisis.” – Charlene Li
  • “After a pre-qualifying wrestling match…” – Ben McConnell
  • “These will be cumulative events and interactions that will build brand loyalty for the companies that pay attention to them.” – Scott Monty
  • “The recession will force revenue results out of social technologies.” – Jeremiah Owyang
  • “Companies that focus on earning love will thrive during hard times, and kick ass when good times return.” – Andy Sernovitz
  • “Suddenly, being Facebook friends with your mom will seem less ridiculous than following 4,000 strangers on Twitter.” – Greg Verdino
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Everyone’s thoughts have been assembled in this PDF. You can also read the document in-line below.

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