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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Getting Started With Social Media: Floor Covering Institute Blog

Getting Started With Social Media: Floor Covering Institute Blog by Christine B. Whittemore
Are you ever in for a treat! In my latest post for the Floor Covering Institute Blog, titled Getting Started: Social Media For Floor Covering Businesses, I had the opportunity to talk basics about social media.

No surprise - whenever I talk social media, I like to provide perspective on the marketplace as well as on the evolution of the tools and how they are used. After all, how can you make meaning with digital tools if you don't understand the bigger picture that our customers - and their customers - live in?

[You might enjoy a few of my previous posts on the subject. For example, "Blogs are now mainstream media."You Can No Longer Ignore Social Media and Marketing Effectively During An Information Revolution.]

That's certainly what I did in my Floor Covering Institute Blog article...

However, in this case, I thought the best approach was to immediately go to the piece de resistance or the most gripping visual representation that I've come across to relay the message...

which is also my favorite social media video, created by Erik Qualman from Socialnomics, Social Media Revolution - in this case, version 3!

The big deal here is that I had gone out into the webisphere in search of Social Media Revolution version 2, created in May 2010, and - I couldn't believe my luck! - chanced upon this latest updated, released on July 5, 2011.

Impressive timing, don't you think?

Do, go check out the resources - especially the video - and then, let me know what you think. Did you like the video? Did you like my blog article? Where the resources helpful?

I can't wait to hear.

Thanks for letting me know~

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