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Our social media contacts leave a giant virtual hole when they are gone

April 23, 2012 by Isabel C. Alvarez

Wow, this just made me think. What happens to ones account on social media network sites when one passes? It just stays there.[read more]


Using Social Media To Build Trust

April 10, 2011 by LaRae Quy

Social Media requires business thinkers and leaders to start acting like small-town shop owners. They need to build trust with their customers because social networks have brought old-fashioned word-of-mouth recommendations back into fashion.[read more]

Social’s Ripple Effect

January 7, 2011 by Jay Deragon

Being and using social has a ripple effect. The ripple effect in sociology can be observed how social interactions can affect situations not directly related to the initial interaction. Social technology fuels activities where information can be disseminated and passed from community to community to broaden it’s impact. The source of information being propagated is people, individuals and organizations using people to propagate information.[read more]

Buiding a social graph... A cord of three strands

February 18, 2008 by Paul Chaney

I want to posit an hypothesis. (Not sure what that means, but it sounds good.) There is a biblical epithet that says, "A cord of three strands is not easily broken." In constructing my social graph, I'm finding that I tend to build relationships around three sites: Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. In some cases, I have connections with...[read more]