We are in the middle of a communications revolution with the advent of the phenomena collectively referred to as “Social Media.”

Everyone is familiar with the plethora of internet offerings — Facebook, YouTube, MySpace, Twitter, Digg, Yammer, and LinkedIn — to name just a few. There are more than one hundred active social media sites with millions participating in conversations every minute of the day, all over the world. Multinational companies and their CEOs are blogging, populating their walls on Facebook, and tweeting. It’s an epidemic.

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