Social Media and the Future of Business

The buzz is that social media can be used to benefit business. So what are the social media platforms (SMPs) that are economically relevant to a business organization? How can they be used and leveraged? And why are they valued? This research paper answers these questions and more, concluding that a social media platform can be economically valuable to an organization only if it generates information that either improves the reliability of existing information or is new information. Learn more. Download now.
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