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You’ve got your social act together: social computing policies conveyed through your organization, a well-supported social presence, cross-functional teams, and a strategically-sound collaborative platform through which your customers accelerate your innovation cycle. What’s next? And by the way, if your organization doesn’t look like this, keep reading because what follows just may be the path you’ve been looking for to jumpstart your own efforts.

People using Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube for personal activities are, at the root, using these tools to share information about what is happening around them; about what they like, dislike, find useful, are attracted by, etc. As a result, they are creating a shared body of knowledge about their interests and are using this shared knowledge to make decisions about what to do next. Roll this into ratings and reviews, and “next” includes decisions about your product or service. This kind of activity – and the understanding of how it impacts business – is table stakes now, common knowledge that is, to put it bluntly, obvious.

So, back to the opening thought: if your organization has its social act together and is looking for the next evolution, or if your organization is looking to get started with real business applications built on social technology, share the love. Consider expanding your view of social media to include your customers, employees, and business partners. Following are some cases where exactly this is happening, and some simple steps to help you implement similar programs.

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