If you’re having trouble convincing those reluctant decision makers about the value of social media, show them this video of big-haired telling two friends and so on and so on and tell them to substitute the words “two friends” with “a thousand friends,” and so on…

2 Comments

  1. Birte on April 9, 2009 at 3:38 pm

    Love it, using an ad to make a point. Good point.
    I am just glad there is only one real Heather Locklear. Thousands would be too much.

    In social networking the truth is sometimes the opposite. Luckily I am the decision maker. And my decision was to work on the social networking.

    Just don’t understand why the decision makers will scorn social networking? Business, and big business particularly, is built on connections, on who you know, another way of saying social networking.



  2. Birte on April 9, 2009 at 10:38 am

    Love it, using an ad to make a point. Good point.
    I am just glad there is only one real Heather Locklear. Thousands would be too much.

    In social networking the truth is sometimes the opposite. Luckily I am the decision maker. And my decision was to work on the social networking.

    Just don’t understand why the decision makers will scorn social networking? Business, and big business particularly, is built on connections, on who you know, another way of saying social networking.