F2F vs. social networking: Wrap Up

Everyone hates a draw decision. That is exactly what we have.

Without reiterating the points at hand both face to face and social networking have plenty to offer. The fact is that your company’s marketing campaign should not consist of one or the other, nor should it consist of just these two. Marketing is all about diversification.

I truly believe we will soon see a push back from the computer, literally, and professionals will once again see the equal value in spending face time with new and old contacts. I think social media will play a role in speeding up the process of connecting and face to face will help bridge the gap toward building deeper trust.

So, meet someone new on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIN and invite them to gograblunch.

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About Jonathan Patrick

GoGrabLunch.com connects like-minded business professionals over face to face, one on one appointments based on each member's preferences.

Posted on March 18, 2011, in Networking and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. The human face plays an important role in many aspects of verbal and non-verbal communication. As such the face is a rich source of information relevant to human-computer interaction.

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