Tips for Leveraging the Online Social Networks

This video shows the appeal of online social networks, but he slips up when he starts talking about people in their 30s or 40s needing to have someone hold their hand when trying to register, but he recovers nicely. Good perspective. 

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One Comment on “Tips for Leveraging the Online Social Networks”

  1. John Says:

    While reading this article, and I was struck that it probably was relevant to a social networking site, HumanBook, which has over 250 million profiles of people, including you, your friends, classmates and relatives.

    The HumanBook is a mutually managed people directory. People list their own real-life connections, and other connections they have awareness of, to create a lifelong network. The network houses the connections, and then the collaboratively updated address book nurtures them, assuring that they need never be lost. HumanBook is the tool that will allow you to cherish and sustain all of the connections of your whole life. So if you’re interested, go to http://www.HumanBook.com and find your profile today!


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