Social Media is Overtaking Our Society - What This Means for Us

by kenny5
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We are in an age of technology. It exists in that way we communicate more than ever. The internet has changed the way we as people live.

With the emergence of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Social Bookmarking sites, the way people communicate is changing.

What does this mean for us as marketers? Sure it means that we have to start using these websites in our business, which many of us already do. But there is more to it than that.

We have to change the way we do business, the way we market, and the way we make money.

It is no longer about sending out ads to people and having them buy your product. It has turned into a process of building relationships with your clients, giving them truly valuable information, listening to their wants and needs, and doing all of it with your own flare of personality.

Start using these techniques in your business and you will start to see that your business will begin changing, turning into an extensions of you and the way you live, rather than just a website selling stuff. This is what is going to make you successful in the present and near future.

Of course society is always changing, which means that this post and the information in it may be nearly worthless in a matter of a few years or even sooner.

There is a very interesting video about this topic that I think everyone will enjoy.

Thanks for reading and good luck.
#media #overtaking #social #society
  • Profile picture of the author TheDebtEliminator
    Hello Kenny,

    Great Video on Social Media

    Thanks for sharing it with us

    All the Best
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkAse
    I do agree with one point completely, you have to continue being willing and able to change as culture and sales techniques do. By the time someone buys a book on social media, things have changed an incredible amount in the 12 months it took for that book to be published, for example.

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