I had a discussion with a customer early today that set off this piece.
Amazingly, he is the thing that I call an "atypical" customer, in that he completely comprehends both the energy of web-based social networking (when utilized effectively), and the amount WORK one needs to put in to increase any sort of footing in this showcasing space.
Until you've done it, you don't get it, and he's done it.
On more than a couple of events, I've heard entrepreneurs whine about the cost of contracting somebody to strategize, assemble and run the piece of their showcasing that is online networking (and let's be honest; would it say it isn't all web-based social networking at this point?).
Since web-based social networking began as something t...