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Fantastic intro to social media with useful facts and figures

I came across this excellent presentation by Marta Kagan thanks to Paul Fabretti’s tweet. There are plenty of introductions to social media around the web but this one is especially well put together. Marta makes a convincing case for the importance of social media, all backed up with facts and figures. It’s well worth flicking through.

To view the presentation click here

UPDATE: 4 Aug 2009. Marta has released an updated version of this presentation.

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2 Comments

  1. Nice once.

    YouTube says 150,000 videos a day now. 10 hours per minute… can we say “exponential” :-)

    For practical purposes though I guess big numbers and a source are always valuable. They make people stop and say wow.

    Once they’ve stopped you can start having a conversation about what it all means…

    Posted 7th July 2008 at 9:34 am | Permalink
  2. Nice – just what the Doctor ordered! Great link, Tom!

    See you soon I hope, Justin

    Posted 24th April 2009 at 5:19 pm | Permalink

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