Making Sense of Social Media in the Workplace

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Making Sense of Social Media in the Workplace

Social media websites, such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, play a major role in how many people use the Web in their day-to-day lives.

According to the 2011 Nielsen Social Media Study, Americans spend 23 percent of their time online on social networks and blog sites, and nearly 4 in 5 active Internet users visit social networks or blogs.

Whatever your thoughts on Facebook or Twitter, you should be concerned about how social media can affect your business. For example, one of your employees could be on a social media website right now, and what that employee says or does on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter could impact your business or employee relations.

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