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06/28/2011

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Thanks, Kevin. I've been to some really good conference sessions where they start out doing just what you suggest -- defining their use of concepts or terms as they will be used in the sessions, so everyone has a common understanding. For example, "social media" could mean one thing to someone who uses it for fun and personal interaction and another to someone who employs it in a marketing strategy. Good to remember when blogging, giving presentations or communicating in any other way.

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Thanks for the post. I have a tangential question. You are a consumer and user of "Ready to Assemble" furniture, and blogger. I am a furniture designer, specializing in RTA product. I'd like to get some info regarding finding consumers with whom I can interact, listen to, follow, and learn from in the "social media" community. Any suggestions on where to look? Thanks. -Katie

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