Social media should be a tool for social good


Social media has successfully moved into the mainstream, but it’s still trying to reach its full potential as a mechanism for effecting real-world change, writes Glenn Croston. The best social projects aim not just to win massive followings, but to leverage that momentum to solve the myriad social problems the world faces. “Moving beyond simply signing up as many friends as possible, social networking 2.0 needs to be about mobilizing people around a common cause,” Croston writes.  FastCompany.com/FC Expert Blog

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