I suspect a lot of people will dismiss this too quickly. Social media types obsess over [Facebook](http://facebook.com "Facebook") and [Twitter](http://twitter.com "Twitter"), but forget that LinkedIn feels more comfortable to many older business types. This could end up being another significant source of traffic from a social network site.
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David Jacobs of Six Apart argued that treating developers well is important,
because it allows you to get traction for your platform. But Ethan Beard of
Facebook says that user experience has to come before developers. And developers
will come up with problems before they come up with great things.
Five recent reads you might have missed, and are well-worth your time:
It’s a 24/7 social media world out there
Friends of the blog Brilliant Noise have done some research into the difference between “always on” Twitter presence and more sporadic approaches:
Always-on is a more strategic and