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    • http://nitinmaximumhit.blogspot.com/2009/10/british-economy-loosing-1... http://nitinmaximumhit.blogspot.com/2009/10/british-economy-loosing-1... British economy Loosing £1.38bn for Twitter, FaceBook etc. Social Media is what every business is looking for, here the surprise come out when Bri sh economy come up with some figure which claims the loss happens to Bri sh Economy because of Social Media. The new survey has revealed that the popular sites are actually cos ng Bri sh businesses 1.38 billion pounds a year in wasted me. If this con nue than figure will be much higher and become ma er for Quick Ac on. In fact, according to the survey, more than half of office workers use the social networking sites like Twi er and Facebook for personal use during the working day, and admit was ng an average of 40 minutes a week each. One in three of the 1,460 office workers surveyed also said they had seen sensi ve company informa on posted on social networking sites, leading to fears about how workers use the Internet, 'The Daily Telegraph' reported. Three quarters of the office workers surveyed said their employer had not given them any specific guidelines on how to use Twi er, but 84 per cent believed it should be up to them what they post online. This is just an ini al alarm for all employers before the chicken hatch. So COUNT YOUR CHICKENS BEFORE THEY HATCH ! Happy Blogging ! Ni n Chauhan | ni n@maximumhit.com | www.maximumhit.com 1 of 1 11/12/2009 11:51 AM