Out with the old and in with the new. At some point in all of our lives, we gone on a cleaning binge where we throw out all of the old stuff we’re no longer using. So what about social media pages. In an effort to keep up with the exponentially expanding web 2.0, I’ve found myself becoming a member of Linked In, Facebook, Myspace, GovLoop, Twitter, Recruitingblogs, Ning and countless other Web Groups that never fully made it into fruition. At this point, I’ve managed to narrow it down to my top sites but still find myself struggling to keep up with what everyone’s doing on all of the sites. Is it too much to ask to have one central site that everyone uses? Or have we advanced too far beyond that into our own specialized niches? I for one do not think that this fad of countless social networking pages can last too much longer. I wonder which pages will last and which ones will flourish like the once popular Myspace seems to be doing? What will replace Web 2.0?
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