Facebook is not 500 Million People
A popular quote from the Enterpirse 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara was:
“Facebook is not 500 Million People, its 500 Million Networks“
This is a very important point to understand. A network of netowrks helps us discover the strength of weak ties, discussed in this white paper [pdf] THE STRENGTH OF WEAK TIES: A NETWORK THEORY REVISITED Mark Granovetter.
You can see more of Amy’s videos and my review of her book at “WEB 2.0 A STRATEGY GUIDE“.
You can learn more about Web 2.0 and Business Strategy at the Web 2.0 Summit.
Happy Fav Five Friday!
Fav Five Places
- 5 New Ways to Market Your Brand on Facebook
- Does Your Business Lack The “Distributed Network” Effect?
- Tying the Outside to the Inside: Social CRM + E2.0, the Social Business
- Social Networks to Supplant Email in Business?
- Social Networks: The Future of Computing?
Fav Five Faces
Who is on your “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week?
Here are amazing people that have connected me to new friends and new ideas this week. You might be familiar with “Fantasy Football Teams” , well this is my “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week. I recommend following these smart, creative people on Twitter.
|the way to Enterprise 2.0 seen from the eyes of a collaboration consultant, (geek) and you name it http://twitter.com/frogpond|
|Do. Learn. Improve. Repeat. Note: These are my views and my voice alone – no broader implications implied http://twitter.com/AndrewPWilson|
|Understand social software adoption, metrics and value. Author Social Networking for Business http://bit.ly/2eOmwc. My thoughts not those of IBM. http://twitter.com/rawn|
|Public Relations, Communications, Information Operations, U.S. Air Force, Writer – Love politics, news, music, recycling, Marble Slab & Panera Bread http://twitter.com/jennylovett|
|Government procurement director, acquisition, Gov2.0, leadership, construction, contracting, sustainability, green, supplychain, innovation http://twitter.com/Hal_Good|