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September 16, 2012

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Terrell Lamb

I really find this new model quite interesting. And it speaks on how messages move from one point to another. But what really piqued my interest are the factors involved in the process. It clearly shows how the community and owner and paid ecosystem have a confluence on how the audience will receive and spread the message. And yes, I certainly agree with the continuous evolution of behavior towards the process. The Internet and the platforms themselves are continuously evolving and changing, and there will come a chance that some factors may be added to the equation.

Staci Burruel

This is a remarkable post. And yes, I do agree that social media is a combination of art and science. For this medium to work, we need to know the technicalities of the channels and the process it takes for a message to come across from the messenger to the target audience. And when we’ve figured out the process, the creativity part comes in. Creativity will help in engaging the audience and in piquing their interest.

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