The Social Media Revolution

The introduction of online social media might be one of the most revolutionary changes to hit the planet since the invention of bread. This video shows why.

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We are seeing more and more that social media is here to stay – and that the introduction of online social media might be one of the most revolutionary changes to hit the planet since the invention of bread.  The more I see how far this has gone and where it is going, the more I start to believe that!  This video says it well:

I happened to come across this video a few days after I recently read a very enlightening (and relieving)  eBook, by Charles Heflin, entitled The Syndication Revelation (free to download).

I will probably have more to say about this in the future as I have just joined his membership and network as well – I was actually going to wait a bit, but he informed me that the price was going up in a week!  In the meanwhile, I highly recommend the free eBook download. (And remember, I don’t recommend just anything that passes my way.)

This could be more important to online marketers than we realize, and the sooner we start to realize it, the better off we will be.  You can download the eBook here:   The Syndication Revelation

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10 Responses to “The Social Media Revolution”

  1. Anna
    August 17, 2009 at 10:44 pm #

    @Dave – That is pretty funny – it was also a co-incidence that I posted about this at all today. I happened to come across the video and then couldn’t resist.

    When I wrote to support with a question and also mentioned that I wanted to sign up in the future, I got a response from Charles that said the price was going up from $67 to $97 in about a week. So I locked in with a $1.00 trial – I am pretty sure I will stick with it. Even just logging in for the first time was like a breath of fresh air. I am actually trying to make another deadline right now before it is too late (on my photography course), and after that, it looks like this will be my next priority of study.

  2. Dave Doolin
    August 17, 2009 at 9:15 pm #

    I haven’t even signed up for the ebook, but in a strange occurrence of synchronicity, I was just hanging out with a new friend of mine who was bemoaning the current state of journalism. After we parted, I’ve been thinking about “syndication from trusted sources” as a model of how journalism might proceed in the future. I’m off to read to the ebook now, I’m really curious about what I’ll find.
    .-= Dave Doolin´s last blog ..Super Easy 3 Step Guide to Using WordPress to Make Millions of $$$ =-.

  3. Stefan
    August 18, 2009 at 4:47 am #

    It’s a interesting video without doubt and I wonder how long it will continue.
    .-= Stefan´s last blog ..69 Inspirational Quotes eBook =-.

  4. Anna
    August 18, 2009 at 11:35 am #

    @Dave – I know how that goes. No problem. It will be my next point of focus as soon as I get my photography course under control and I will update you on how it goes.

  5. Dave Doolin
    August 18, 2009 at 11:06 am #

    Very interesting material.

    I’ve been attempting to inspire some friends of mine – occasional bloggers – to do exactly this, without much success.

    I hope you post some results in a month or so. I have more work to do on sales pages before I could recoup the investment. This is motivating me to get that work done.
    .-= Dave Doolin´s last blog ..Moving The Author’s Byline In WordPress Journalist Theme =-.

  6. Jake
    August 18, 2009 at 5:21 pm #

    It’s almost mind boggling to see how far we’ve come in the past 5 to 10 years…. Some folks seem to think technology will “level off” at some point. I believe the skies the limit and I also believe we are in store for some unbelievable things in the next 5 to 10 years!
    .-= Jake´s last blog ..Find a Great Niche – Right Under Your Nose! =-.

  7. Forest
    August 19, 2009 at 10:02 am #

    I also think the sky is the limit… Especially considering what we started from.

    I can’t wait to see what is going on when I am a cranky little old man.
    .-= Forest´s last blog ..Photographically Motivated Tuesday – My New Town =-.

  8. Janice@Yahoo Management
    November 27, 2009 at 8:15 am #

    web 2.0 revolution has done major changes, especially for our marketing campaigns.. it makes our marketing more efficient and convenient at the same time. Once that we have managed our branding or reputation on the internet, it is much easier for us to generate traffic or even sales.

    by the way thanks for the link, I’m really open to learn new things on how to cope up with this so called social media revolution. we need not to be left out!

  9. Ankit@Ballet Workout DVD
    December 25, 2009 at 11:26 pm #

    The Importance of Social Media is a very much in this new Era of life.

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