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$1,732.32 per hour

Do you think we’re in a social media revolution? This video produced by www.socialnomics.com will show you some statistics to answer that question. Are we in the middle of a fad or is it the biggest shift since the Industrial Revolution? In the first version Socialnomics first produced of “Social Media Revolution” in July 2009, if you were paid $1 every time an article was posted on Wikipedia you would earn $156.23 per hour. In the updated version you see here, produced in May of 2010, you would earn $1,732.32 per hour.

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