Social Media Wars

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Todd Feldman, a former colleague from Circuit City, wrote a post earlier this month at his blog which included this humorous video from Current TV.

If you spend time in Social Media like Todd and I do, the things spoofed in the video are pretty funny, but I wonder of this is what Social Media looks like to people outside of the social media echo chamber. I know a few people with the word “Chief” in their title who are responsible for making decisions about how their company messages its brand to the world.  Most of them perceive social media much like it is presented here. If this is what social media looks like to them, then we as evangelists need to get busy.

What has you experience been with executive decision makers? Do they have similar perceptions? How do we change that perception?


1 comment so far

  1. DerekSunshine on

    I was distracted by the Hella T-Shirt. Speaking of which, that band needs to update their Myspace.

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