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Just The Facts Mac: Why Perfect Networker is Becoming the Community of Choice for Many

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“Like you, I receive many invitations to join what seems like an endless number of social networks. Despite the various networks to which I can claim membership, the three primary communities to which I belong are Ecademy, LinkedIn and Facebook. Based on the age demographics - Facebook is geared to the twenty-something crowd, while LinkedIn appeals to business professionals in their thirties, and Ecademy, which I often refer to as the network that best represents the "social" elements of social networking, appeals to the forty and older age group - I am able to gain a generational perspective of the rapidly evolving social media landscape. Given the above, one would think that I have the proverbial networking bases covered, so when I received an invitation from Julia Hull to check out the Perfect Networker community I am still hard pressed to provide a reason as to why I immediately accepted her invitation. But check it out I did.” The above of course were my opening comments for my October 13th interview with Perfect Networker Mac Cassity. To those already in the community, the reference to Julia Hull is an all too familiar scenario for this Ambassador who one could safely call the Johnny – no, make that Joanie Appleseed to the Perfect Networker World. This being said, Mac and I were able to touch on a number of interesting topics relative to both Perfect Networker and social networks in general before running out of time. As such, and within the venue of the exciting new Perfect Networker Radio Show, I am pleased to welcome Mac Cassity to pick-up where we left off in our first interview.