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Who do you think benefits the most on social sites - buyers, or sellers, or does jibbety-jabber rule?

 

Do you think people on social sites like to more hear themselves talk (much-to-do-about-nothing) than taking the time to read a good book, or interact in the real world?

 

Can anyone's business survive on internet sales alone?

 

 

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Who benefits more from social media, consumers or businesses?

Consumers might benefit more from one business than the business and vise versa. In the end it evens out. Social media is a powerful medium to educate consumers, and it is a powerful medium for consumers to educate businesses. The Law of Attraction demonstrates how we create the things, events and people who come into our sphere. Our thoughts, feelings ,words and actions produce energies which, in turn, attract like energies. Negative energies attract negative energies and positive energies attract positive energies.
Hi Dorothy,

I think it all comes down to connecting with the right people. There are places (Social Sites) where members are more interested in hearing themselves talk than buying ANYTHING. I put in hundreds of responses and in two years and made only one sale on one site. It's all been a 'trial and error' learning experience that could have been better invested elsewhere.

The biggest problem is trying to manage everything social and get the word out about what we have to offer. There are just too many choices out there and most of us are flying by the seat of our pants.

Thanks for commenting.
Mark: I agree 'it all comes down to connecting with the right people.' Which is the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction demonstrates how we create the things, events and people who come into our sphere. Our thoughts, feelings ,words and actions produce energies which, in turn, attract like energies. Negative energies attract negative energies and positive energies attract positive energies.
I completely agree.
Hey, jibber jabber is a form of networking too!!! I think there is something to be gained by all involved!
Just hang in there!

By the way, did you do the painting??? Is it oil??? What City are you burning???? LOL!!!
LOL Carol, YOU'RE RIGHT, and jibber jabber runs rampant. Maybe that’s why fewer books and newspaper are being read with more people opting to hear themselves talk. Responsible journalism, mainstream media, and truth, are being blurred, or being forced out of business, and replaced with a plethora of opinions and false information. We have all become a part of the problem we seek to correct.

Yes I did the painting. It’s one of the 63 color illustrations in my 411 page novel.

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it energizes people and energizes businesses too.
social networking is for both.

it provides a forum for learning more about, for engaging, and for people to take action, in addition to buying products.
Hi yen-Hong,

There needs to be more people uniting, organizing, and taking real action that makes a difference. Otherwise, the goblins of the world will only grow in numbers, smothering all that is good for their own self-serving purposes. Talk is cheap unless it develops into a purposeful and meaningful result.

Hey Mark:

I agree with you. I am a real estate broker and I can tell you how CHEAP talk really is, as I see it all the time in my business. I wish there was some way for find out who is REAL before I waste a lot of time on them. My time is money!

Beth VanNess, Broker/Owner
Gile Real Estate
Hi Beth,

And it's even more difficult connecting with people on the Internet that most likely we will never meet face to face. Time IS money, and time well spent benefits everybody. We gain little in the long term if what we do is void of respect for others in the short term.

There is a lot of both... there seems to be a lot of folks selling that are hard to weed through, but you can find a lot of valuable assistance. So from a selling standpoint it is not bad, but sometimes hard to target. From a buying standpoint there are a lot more options which is both good and tough to decipher.
Yes Alex and with countless millions of websites around the world, most of us become but a microscopic grain of sand on an endless beach. Who ever figures it all out will be able to rewrite the book on internet market-to-sales and become very rich selling their knowledge in the process. First they will need to find the right product to make that all happen, and then find a means that takes them from what is to what it all will become.

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