Do You Think Social Media is Just a Fad? [The Social Networking Experiment]

This is a valid question that a lot of people ask (mostly those from an older generation).  Someone recently shared this video with me, and it’s pretty powerful.  I highly recommend you watch it if you are doubting viability of long term success through social networking/social media.  Even if you aren’t doubting it, watch this anyway.  It will open your eyes and hopefully cause you to take social media more seriously.

What do you think?  Is social media/networking just a fad?  Leave a comment.

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4 Responses to “Do You Think Social Media is Just a Fad? [The Social Networking Experiment]”

  1. Great video Eric! I don’t think Social Media is a fad it is the evolution of our culture. This video communicated that perfectly.

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks for the comment, Jonathan. Not only is it the evolution of our culture, but I believe we’re seeing it at the beginning of its infancy right now even though it’s been around for a number of years.

    Those who jump on board now will be better equipped to handle whatever direction the movement takes over the next several years and beyond. I think we’ll be looking back as soon as 5 years from now and realize how quickly things have changed.

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  2. Great video thanks for sharing! Someone at work forwarded this to me recently and I very much enjoyed watching it. Now is the time to capitalize on this trend – we’re still at the beginning. :-)

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    Eric G. Reply:

    Glad you enjoyed it, Ian. I agree, now is definitely the time to capitalize on it!

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