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How America Really Feels About Social Media

“This past week and a half I’ve been bouncing from the sparkling beaches of the Hamptons, to the fabulous Las Vegas (And a few spots in between), I exchanged social media ideas over cocktails, at departure gates, in taxicabs, restroom waiting lines, and a few nightclubs.  During client work, and meeting with friends, and strangers I was able to compile a view from 30,000 feet of how the general pop’ really feels about social media, and their most common questions and concerns. Here are my findings:”

“Most People are Afraid of Social Media – “BUT THE GOVERNMENT IS WATCHING ME!” Even after I explained how Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumblr, and other platforms are a great way to connect with people all around the world the average person is afraid of Big Brother. I should be more selective when talking to Airport Employees.”

Click here to continue reading the interesting results of what Americans really feel about social media on SocialMediaToday.com

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