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Vox populi A generic name for a term that has been recently incorporated into the argot of a particular field
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Enterprise social networking "needs to become more useful up and down the corporate ladder," Arnold says.
Social networking may also be altering the nature of reporting relationships at work.
Matthew Fraser and Soumitra Dutta state in "Throwing Sheep in the Boardroom," that the adoption of social networking sites is projected to continue to increase with estimates of more than 600 million people belonging to social networking sites by the year 2012.
Two in 10 SMBs (21 percent) only allow employees to visit social networking sites during specific times (lunch break, after work hours, etc.
In Bahrian specifically just under a third (31 per cent) of businesses have set aside a proportion of marketing budget devoted to social networking activities.
Social networking sites have become preferred communication tools for middle and high school students and young teachers.
Shih points out that online social networking encourages entrepreneurial networks and maximizes social capital.
Utilize social networking as an internal communications tool 23%
Sandeep Saihgal, general manager of mobile phones at Samsung Gulf Electronics commented: "Research shows that social networking sites are exploding globally and more specifically within emerging markets.
TODAY, FEW INDIVIDUALS HAVE NOT BEEN TOUCHED BY SOCIAL NETWORKING sites.

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