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Forbes.com – Views, Shares, Comments, and Follows: The New Currency of Digital Media

Christopher Tuttle

 The New Currency of Digital Media: Views, Shares, Comments, and FollowsThe days of writing a letter to the editor to have your voice heard have become a thing of the past. In today’s world of digital media, anyone can have a voice by viewing, sharing, commenting and following articles and content writers directly.

In Ken’s newest Forbes.com article, Ken talks about the importance of providing quality comments, shares and follows – specifically highlighting his experience since becoming a weekly Forbes.com contributor. So, what’s the point? Make sure that the comments and shares you provide are well thought out and clearly articulated. Otherwise, you won’t be taken seriously and your comment will likely become drowned amongst the many others just like yours.

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Views, Shares, Comments, and Follows: The New Currency of Digital Media

In light of this most recent article, take a minute and share this article with others who you think would find this content beneficial. Also, log on to Forbes.com and write a thought out comment. The easiest way to share this article is to follow the article link above and share it through the social media icons provided on the right side of the page.

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