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Your Ah-Ha Moment

The definition of resonance: A quality of richness or variety: A quality of evoking response. In social media, we enter into a social network and we initially don’t know what to do and how to do it. But what eventually happens is that the noise starts to diminish as we slowly are able to find our way. We find out niche, we find out people, the ones we connect with. And what happens at the end or the beginning depending on how you choose to look at it, is what I like to call social media resonance.

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Has it happened to you yet? Is social media resonating with you yet? Have you had your Ah-Ha moment yet?

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4 Responses to “Your Ah-Ha Moment”


  1. 1 John Garrett August 28, 2009 at 2:06 am

    Posted a simialr thought today, but in short… absolutely. As a life long networker, it’s never been easier to find the right people to link with.

    I absolutely could not be happier with my networking life.

    (Link to my post today on the same idea http://www.johnegarrett.com/business-blog/why-i-love-twitter/)


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