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Date: 2012-08-01
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Content Insider 239 - Social Boomers
Boomers Active, Involved Offline, Online
We like a recent ad where a "youngster" talks about how isolated her parents are because they only have 19 friends on their page and she has over 650. And the recent post by a 25-year-old social media "expert" who said no one over 30 should be hired to manage the stuff because folks like her grew up knowing social media from day one. And when pre-teens, teens who want to buy stuff they reach out to boomers online and in person. Things happen faster than you can post/tweet!

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