Social Media, Business, and Life

Here’s how I view the intersection of social media/networked communications, business, and life:

Make sense? That’s why we need to evolve past talking about “social media” as an isolated entity. It’s not. It is, and will (increasingly) be, a woven-in digital communications pathway encompassing just about every aspect of how we live and work.


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4 Responses to Social Media, Business, and Life

  1. Sarah Nelson says:

    Nice illustration Scott. There is also room for patient education (perhaps a part of customer service and PR) .

    – Sarah

  2. GabrielleNYC says:

    Is it me or did Life just abdicate for business here?

  3. Gabrielle – I’m not an effective artist, I’m afraid. The point is, Business is a part of Life, and social networking pervades both…

    Sarah – there’s room for every aspect of business (I just chose six) – instead of viewing social networking as its own isolated discipline, it needs to be viewed as applicable everywhere. When we start to think of it as a utility, an approach, like (say) computers are now, then we’re grasping the real role.

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