The Social Media Revolution


This video clip accompanies the new book which came out last month entitled: Socialnomics: How social media transforms the way we live and do business by Erik Qualman. It is interesting that some of the feedback commentary I’ve seen suggests that, while the video is good, there is some doubt over the veracity of the statistics cited. I guess one has to read the book to be sure of this. Alternatively, one could check the list of references here. The primary focus of the book — which is available on Kindle, of course — is how social media is impacting upon the way people conduct business. The issues raised, however, might equally apply to the way we deliver education.

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One comment on “The Social Media Revolution
  1. […] Posted on May 8, 2010 by jeremy Socialnomics author, Erik Qualman, has updated his original social media stats video from last year. One of the changes is that if Facebook was a country, it would now be the third […]

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