"Is Social Media a fad or the biggest shift since the industrial revolution?" asks this new video based on Erik Qualman's book Socialnomics.
click on this link to see what the "new" statistics show via article & video...something we all need to think about as this effects our business and personal lives and the way we operate today. Very insightful.
just 1 of the comments to this article:
Yinka Daniel - Elebute 06:14 AM on 5/12/2010 11 Fans Become a fan Unfan
"I hope I don't sound like a broken record, but the fact is communication by any means is very essential for human nature. No matter the medium, in so far as a message is carried to its intended destination, communication is fulfilled among participants. Facebook, Twitter etc are just tools created to enable communication rise to a new dimension that was not noticed or experienced decades ago. If toddlers, geriatrics and those in between join the bandwagon, so much the better. Social networks fill in the gaps where a voice or message may not have been heard and is necessary in this day and age where the rate of developments are outstanding"
From me: I love HuffingtonPost.com because reading the reader's comments is so very interesting, giving one perspective from all facets of opinion, and one is free to post your own comment which may or may not be responded upon by another user. It is communication too. Each day I look forward to my edition sent to my inbox.