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Connie Bensen

Thanks Beth for linking to my story.

Having recently come from the library world I agree that storytelling is a powerful thing - it's what the greatest books are made of! :)

Thanks for exploring the concepts that drive social media conversation. It's definitely food for thought. We're all learning together!

Avi Kaplan

Here's a nice example of story telling in social media. Stacy used twitter to share her story of social change and ultimately got to share her story helping transform lives in Tanzania with a ton of people. The story of how she connected with Sam and guest post to his blog, is part of what makes the story about her project compelling.
http://gobigalways.com/guest-post-stacey-monk-goes-big/

I find this a compelling story of the success of social media. What other stories have people used to explain social media?

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