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Introduction to Social Media for Business

Introduction to Social Media for Business

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Published by Dennis O'Neil
Written for those needing a Social Media 101, this document contains a plain language explanation of social media, its tools, and why they're important for business. The most popular tools, like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, DIgg, and others are categorized and defined.
Written for those needing a Social Media 101, this document contains a plain language explanation of social media, its tools, and why they're important for business. The most popular tools, like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, DIgg, and others are categorized and defined.

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Published by: Dennis O'Neil on May 02, 2009
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DENNISoneil.com410.343.9090 
Social Media for Business
White Paper
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 © 2009 Dennis O’Neil
 
Social Media White Paper
 © 2009 Dennis O’Neil
What is Social Media? What isSocial Networking?Why do I care?What forms of social technology arethere and how are they used?What now?
 
DENNISoneil.com410.343.9090 
 
Social Media White Paper
 © 2009 Dennis O’Neil
It’s rare that I speak to an organization who believes they “got in the game” too early when discussing theirInternet initiatives. Most often, after seeing the impact the Internet has had on commerce, companies look athistory and see missed opportunities to grow faster, and edge out their competition.Do you ever wish your organization was a little quicker to embrace the power of the Internet as a customerservice and marketing tool? Ever feel like your company was behind the curve? The next generation of tools arecreating new opportunities, just as having a traditional Internet presence did for businesses a decade ago.It’s truly not possible to speak of a comprehensive web strategy in 2009 without discussing social media andsocial networking. The Internet is evolving and these new technologies are undoubtedly changing consumerbehavior. This changing behavior impacts how people shop and make buying decisions. Organizations thatembrace these new tools early on can gain a competitive advantage.The social web is exactly as the word describes it – social. So throughout this paper, I will use examplescomparing online social interactions to of 
ine social interactions to help demonstrate how the behaviors parallelone another.Social Media and Social Networking are the primary technologies that have been changing the face of theInternet into what is popularly described as “Web 2.0”. The Internet as we know it has grown so much;sometimes it’s hard to believe we’re only a Web 2.0. So, what’s so special about now?Until recently, the majority of the Internet was a very one-way conversation. Like traditional books, just in
What is Social Media? What isSocial Networking?
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