Saturday, September 15, 2012

Blogs and Social Networks Give You Credibility

In earlier days, credibility giving sources were limited and centralized.

But now, the credibility sources are more decentralized and  are more freely accessible.

The following are the widely used credibility sources

A track record of having started one or two successful businesses. 

Industry-related blogs with well-written, lively, detailed posts, which receive many comments and tweets/likes/shares per post.

Large, legitimate, real followings on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and other social media networks.

1 comment:

  1. Dear professor Narayana:
    Very real this situation, I put an example, because in this days I need to go to an specialist in orthodontics, and the final reason to go to the chosen one was the profile in social media. As one professor in microbiology very close to me said, publish or perish.
    Greetings for your valuable labor.
    Alejandro Melo Florián M.D.
    Bogotá Colombia