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Are You Ready to Leap?
 
 
“ You will either step forward into growth or you will step back into safety. ”   Maslow
 
 
The World in Social Networks
 
 
 
 
People Objectives Tools
Tools
Build a Community
Why embrace Social Media?
 
1 Million Posts a day
600 Million
200 Million 65M Tweets Daily
2 Billion Views
350 M Messages Daily 26 Million
42 Million 5 Billion
91% of mobile phone users go online to socialize compared to only 79% of PC users 95% use mobile web to keep informed 60% ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
@LLi_SA llisa.net
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RLabs Introduction to Social Media Presentation

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Introduction to Social Media presentation by RLabs on the 2nd March 2011 at the 2nd annual LLiSA conference.

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  1. 2. Are You Ready to Leap?
  2. 5. “ You will either step forward into growth or you will step back into safety. ” Maslow
  3. 8. The World in Social Networks
  4. 13. People Objectives Tools
  5. 14. Tools
  6. 15. Build a Community
  7. 16. Why embrace Social Media?
  8. 18. 1 Million Posts a day
  9. 19. 600 Million
  10. 20. 200 Million 65M Tweets Daily
  11. 21. 2 Billion Views
  12. 22. 350 M Messages Daily 26 Million
  13. 23. 42 Million 5 Billion
  14. 24. 91% of mobile phone users go online to socialize compared to only 79% of PC users 95% use mobile web to keep informed 60% are likely to use mobile phones for transactions Elderly are more eager to learn mobile phones than PCs Youth are expert users and the mobile generation Women express themselves more than Men via mobile phones
  15. 32. The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
  16. 33. @LLi_SA llisa.net
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