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Nov 3, 2009

Why Social Networking?

How much do you know about social networking? Probably more than you think. As suggested in yesterday’s post, it is a fairly new platform, and by new I mean as in the last three years new. But it is catching on like wildfire and so, if you haven’t already, it’s time to take the bull by the horns and begin using it, both personally and professionally. Trust me, it’s not as overwhelming as it appears. And all the cool kids are doing it.

So first things first, let’s answer that question that has most likely been looming in your head, or has recently been put there after reading the subject line to this blog post.

Why social networking?

Hey, look at you, asking the best question ever! Let me put on my professor's cap.

According to the latest Nielsen survey, 90 percent of global Internet users trust recommendations from people they know. This statistic speaks to the power of personal relationships, as well as, the power of the Internet in creating new connections and nurturing current ones through the use of social networking. But is social networking really that new? No way! MonaVie has been successful not only because it has assembled a great executive team, product line and opportunity, but because distributors who believe in said executive team, product line and opportunity, present them to their social networks.

And that's what Twitter and Facebook are - social networking tools that provide a more convenient way to stay in touch with existing networks, as well as, create new networks in the process.

Want more? You got it!

YouTube must-sees:

Social Networking in Plain English (video)

Social Media Revolution (video)

Getting Started:

Facebook Getting Started

Twitter Guidebook

Twitter in Plain English (video)

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