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January 17, 2012

Which social media are you using?

If you read our enterprise search blog, there's some chance that you are involved in enterprise search initiatives in your organization, work for and/or represent an enterprise search vendor, or you're a skilled profession with an interest in search inside the firewall.

That said, may I ask what business-related social media do you use, both for learning about others who are involved with search, and for talking about your experiences/expertise? I'd also like to know what blogs, websites, Twitter accounts, and people you find most interesting with respect to enterprise search. I'm thinking social media sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, blogging sites, web sites and others.

Let me know - either by leaving a comment to this posting or via an email to me at mbk (at) ideaeng (dot) com - and I'll compile a list and post it back here in a few weeks.

I'll compile a summary and post it here in a few weeks.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

 

/s/Miles

 

 

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