Do you remember when you communicated overseas via a fax machine?

What about now?

Well, we know people that live or travel around the entire world and they may not check email but for sure they will post and look at social media updates. Read the article bellow for more on the topic.

According to a recent conducted in-depth study on the usage of social media in fast-growing corporations by The Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, the Inc. 500 (the fastest-growing private U.S. companies compiled annually by Inc. Magazine) was outpacing the revenue based Fortune 500 in their use of social media.

In 2007, research showed that 8% of the Fortune 500 companies were blogging compared to 19% of the Inc. 500. This trend continued in 2008, 2009 and 2010 with half of the Inc. 500 blogging and only 23% of the Fortune 500 in 2010. The new data shows adoption of blogging is declining for the first time since 2007 among the Inc. 500 companies, and may have peaked as a primary social media tool in the US business world. Read more:


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