Sarah Wenger has shared this interesting infographic with me an email. The graphic has been created by Psychologydegree.net. and talks about the big-impact Facebook has been making in our lives.
Take a look at it…
Sometimes it feels really sorry to see the tactics of a select group of folks in the name of using Social media as a Conversation Medium ! By-and-large this is applicable to Twitter baring the first couple of points.
Criticizing social media?
Are you doing so for any of the following reasons:
Rather not do it as it is more a perception issue than anything else !! Understand Social Media as a Philosophy and its application as a Culture.
Background: This blog-post marks the start of a special series of conversations with Social media thought-leaders, experts and mavens to answer some of the most important questions surrounding the subjects of Social media and Web2.0 ! The emphasis of this discussion series is to address ‘socialmedia’ at a ground level and talk about the real world issues that are being faced by us on both sides of the road: i.e. as users and as consultants/agencies.
I am fortunate enough to start this series through couple of email exchanges with Dennis D. McDonald, Ph.D. I discussed with him, wide variety of topics like definition aspects of Web3.0, geographical variations in user communities and social media project strategy.
Dennis writes and consults on social media strategies and using information technology to manage, collaborate, innovate, and communicate. Based in Alexandria, Virginia, his experience includes strategic planning, project management, market research, software product development, and system integration & consolidation. For further information about him please visit http://www.ddmcd.com Continue reading →
Hi, I am Daksh author of themarketingblog & co-founder of Iffort, a web-strategy & digital marketing consulting firm. I write about Social Media and how it is being used as a 'conversational' channel by individuals and organizations. The scope of my blog-posts span across the Enterprise 2.0 layer and the nature of challenges being faced by organizations for its adoption.
The focus of the blog has shifted from that of a startup-centric one when it originally started in 2007. However, I still review some Web 2.0 apps and products if I am convinced about their value aspect to me & my ecosystem.
You are welcome to connect with me or send your pitches on my email id [toreachdaksh AT gmail DOT com]
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