What happens when everyone is “in” the social media pool?

In Uncategorized on October 14, 2010 by reibroker Tagged: , , , ,

Zuckerburg youthfully uttered (paraphrased), “One day we won’t call it social anymore, everything will be social.” Interesting coming from a child who never knew a world without computers and barely remembers a world without cell phones. Hint: it was already social long before you or even I came into this world. Be that as it may it begs the question, “What happens when everyone is already into social media?” What’s next? How does the game change when everyone who is going to enter has joined?

Thanks to Mike Elliott for this link …

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What Happens at the End of the Social Media Adoption Curve?


Some of you are still working with a Late Majority or Laggard organization, I get that. Here are a few final ideas for working with them to move them along the social media adoption curve.




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