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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=824445493 John Davies

    “Social” is not simply the way of communication of today and of-course the future but a restoration of true values of a business where we connect immediately to the broadest of marketplaces. It is in many ways a revolution of thought as well as business.

  • http://blog.ankitbathija.com/ Ankit Bathija

    Social is the way of life. Since the humanity has existed, ‘social ‘ is something which has always stuck around. A person can’t live without being social and connecting with other human beings, interacting with them, and bonding. It isn’t about the new so called social networks that its become a buzzword these days, but its always been there and people need to realize that.

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  • http://rlavigne42.wordpress.com Robert Lavigne

    My submissions for contest

    “What is a Social Media Strategy?” answered by Robert Lavigne (@RLavigne42)
    http://lifeat42.wordpress.com/2011/02/11/what-is-a-social-media-strategy-answered-by-robert-lavigne-rlavigne42/

    “How can a Business Leverage Social Media” answered by Robert Lavigne (@RLavigne42)
    http://lifeat42.wordpress.com/2011/02/11/how-can-a-business-leverage-social-media-answered-by-robert-lavigne-rlavigne42/

  • http://rlavigne42.wordpress.com Robert Lavigne

    My submissions for contest

    “What is a Social Media Strategy?” answered by Robert Lavigne (@RLavigne42)
    http://lifeat42.wordpress.com/2011/02/11/what-is-a-social-media-strategy-answered-by-robert-lavigne-rlavigne42/

    “How can a Business Leverage Social Media” answered by Robert Lavigne (@RLavigne42)
    http://lifeat42.wordpress.com/2011/02/11/how-can-a-business-leverage-social-media-answered-by-robert-lavigne-rlavigne42/

  • http://twitter.com/Sed6erz Sed6erz

    I read the book and enjoyed it. I do think that Social Media has to be encompassed by most companies even if it still has to mature a little bit more.
    Social Media is crucial has I consider that it is to be the next stage in our (humanity) evolution. I think that the books covers how to get into it and the revolution part is to change the way we interact right now (B2C, B2B).
    But we have to bear in mind that social media are just another, and new way to interact with each other (as companies, customers, people) but it is just a mean to do it no the solution.

  • Arwolf

    Social means sharing and collaboration to me. I work with faculty who want to understand how to bring social networking into the college teaching experience. Many use social networking on their own, but don’t yet see how these tools fit into meaningful pedagogical frameworks. My goal is to promote the social nature of teaching and learning through creative and constructive uses of social networking tools.

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  • Roystance

    well, in my own words, social brings the meaning of having a large group of acquaintance and the larger the group you have, the merrier your communication would be. Besides that, its about communication between different parties and hence creating an opportunity for spreading information or power, or stories. Therefore, social is one hell important element in nowadays trend to become a strong organization.

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  • http://brasstackthinking.com Amber Naslund

    Aaron –

    I’m late getting over here to thank you, but … thanks! Appreciated that you specified a few of the technical bits of the book that worked well for you. And I’m eager to keep reading the responses from your readers about what social means to them. Great question to ask.

    Best and thanks again,
    Amber

  • http://blog.ankitbathija.com/ Ankit Bathija

    Who won?

  • http://askaaronlee.com Aaron Lee

    Oh! sorry for not updating this page, I’ve contacted the winner :)

  • http://twitter.com/successwithLOA Jackie Paulson

    I would love a copy of this book

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