It’s not about learning how to use Social media but instead learning about how to constantly change

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Twitter and microbloggning has been getting a lot of attention recently. Finally companies are learning that Twitter can get your conversation up and running. Companies are getting it. These are words that I’m reading all over the internet on many different blogs, including mine. But I need to make one thing clear.

It’s not about Twitter. It’s not about social media. It’s not about search.

It’s about staying on your toes! It’s about making your status q = constant change.

Just like any other real world hangout Twitter or Facebook for that matter won’t stay talk of the town forever. And when something cooler and better comes up you can be sure the digital natives takes a hike and suddenly your left behind on your own.

Conclusion.
As a company you should put as much effort into getting into and using the existing possibilities as constantly searching for the next place to be. Cause when that turns up it’s being in there that will define you as an innovative brand – not being left behind with a bunch of losers in a club soon to be closed.

Staying on top when it comes to tomorrows communication will be all hard work and no rest.

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  • Johan Hagelin

    Amen!

  • Johan Hagelin

    Amen!

  • http://lenalindstrom.blogspot.com/ Lena

    Interesting (and optimistic!) article.

    As we all know, the effort to which companies can stretch often depends on company culture and how senior management prioritize (especially as it’s difficult to monetise social media work). I’m lucky to work for a company which is constantly trying to try new stuff – and for us it really works!

    Love your blog, keep the posts coming!

  • http://lenalindstrom.blogspot.com Lena

    Interesting (and optimistic!) article.

    As we all know, the effort to which companies can stretch often depends on company culture and how senior management prioritize (especially as it’s difficult to monetise social media work). I’m lucky to work for a company which is constantly trying to try new stuff – and for us it really works!

    Love your blog, keep the posts coming!

  • http://www.ronnestam.com/ ronnestam

    In case it’s not obvious. I’m very optimistic. You’ve gotta have some of that in order to change things cause you will end up taking a lot of shit.

  • http://www.ronnestam.com ronnestam

    In case it’s not obvious. I’m very optimistic. You’ve gotta have some of that in order to change things cause you will end up taking a lot of shit.