Social Media / Networking

What media / communities are being considered for

One problem I face on a local level is the availability of Facebook on the county network. Many times govt. IT departments will not allow access to social networking sites due to the potential for abuse, i.e. time wasting.

"Linked In" seems to be an exception due to it's business like status. (Don't tell the network admins. that's it's really a social network, please...)

Twitter still works, perhaps because of the short message limitation

Are you working in other parts of the new media also?

Have you considered the "NING" community? It seems to be another alternative for specific groups or communities.

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    Unsubscribed User ( Idea Submitter )

    Ning has some definite benefits. Look at GovLoop (Ning community developed for those in the federal workforce - over 10,000 members now) and TFCN (the federal contracting network). Both exemplify how Ning can be used and used properly.

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