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  • Maggie Holley

    Doing The Math- And thinking !!!!
    ;-D

  • http://www.WebTechUniverse.com Dave Heinrich

    There has never been anything (even close) to this in all of History!! This insight is as powerful as the idea of: “Give me a place to stand & I can leverage/move the World!” If you are not taking advantage of this leverage, you may be in danger of being a dinosaur!!! Please explain to me why you would not want to take advantage of this power??!!! Especially when so many other folks are so helpful in educating us all about how Social Media Networking actually works!

  • http://GaryKnowsCo.com GaryKnows

    Very Well Written! It’s like the old Farrah Fawcett commercial… “I’ll tell 2 people who will tell 2 people who will…” And on and on. Remember that one?

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  • http://www.twitter.com/steve_dodd steve dodd

    Yeah, but make sure it adds value to your community or the 2x2x2x2 equasion may not communicate the positive message you desire and deliver adverse results!

  • http://www.johngoode.com John Goode

    I think you just described the *talking half* of the conversation. Your friend needs to know about the other half, perhaps the more important half: namely Listening.

    This is where insights can be gathered. Feedback on ideas, innovations etc are all key to creating successful propositions.

    Twitter is as much about listening as it is about talking.

  • http://twitter.com/tracysestili Tracy Sestili

    Hmm…But 100% of your followers will likely NOT tell 20 people each. In fact, 93% of tweets are not retweeted at all. The math is right, but the pitch sounds like the stock option pitch I got when I joined a start-up 10+ years ago. “You’ll be rich…25K options, if it hits $10 a share….you can retire!”

  • http://twitter.com/tracysestili Tracy Sestili

    The truth is that 93% of tweets never get retweeted so, although your math is right, it’s not reasonable.

  • gscgtd

    Perfect. In numbers comes marketing power. Even if most will not retweet, if you have thousands of followers the small amount of retweets is well worth it. And it might not be that small after all.