5 Myths About Enterprise Social Networks, Busted
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10/16/2013 | 6:38:25 AM
re: 5 Myths About Enterprise Social Networks, Busted
This is indeed a very informative article. Organisations need to question their preconceived notions about Enterprise Social Networking, as it has much to offer..
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6/27/2011 | 8:30:26 PM
re: 5 Myths About Enterprise Social Networks, Busted
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6/24/2011 | 10:05:11 PM
re: 5 Myths About Enterprise Social Networks, Busted
After reading Rob Preston's recent post (, I would add Social Myth #6: The metrics that matter with social networking are "soft."

While this is true to an extent, businesses need to be able to attach hard ROI data to any social networking use and/or internal deployment.

Deb Donston
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