0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Pin It Share 0 LinkedIn 0 Buffer 0 Email 0 0 Flares ×

Yes folks, after being grilled, analysed, interrogated and questioned by the leading authorities in the world on the subject of Internet influence I can now say officially that we have the most influential network in the world.

My network has been subjected to all sorts of questions at all times of the day from interviewers that can only be described as rude and beyond sceptical.

We have the capacity to be a compelling force on or produce effects on the actions,behavior, opinions, etc., of others.

This does not mean that as defined by Klout or any of those similar websites that any of us have the highest rank – although some do; it does not mean that we have the biggest network nor does it mean that we have the highest quality network.

No! However, OUR network makes people take action; it changes behaviour and opinions.

Our network starts revolutions; takes brands from zero to hero; solves intractable problems; helps people in need; cheers people up; makes people laugh; does the impossible straight away and miracles a little bit later. There is nothing that we can’t do.

People are always trying to find out what makes us so effective; how we achieve such amazing things; why we are so loyal to one another; why we care about one another; what brought us together; why we are so different and yet so in tune. Mostly we don’t know so these questions are easily avoided.

They want to interview us but we don’t have a spokesperson: we never even discussed it. We don’t want anything – money, fame, popularity we only want to be infuential. For us that is enough.

Some of us have met but most of us have not. We have some idea of where everyone is but we don’t really try to find out exactly because we have no intention of visiting.  It’s not that we don’t want to meet it’s just that we are unlikely to put much effort into doing so.

We are content to be the most influential network in the world.

We don’t know how we got to be the way we are.

People do leave. We don’t ask why. They don’t try and change us or say why they left – they just disappear. We miss them but we don’t try and get them to come back.

We don’t have a name. We don’t know how many we are.

0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Pin It Share 0 LinkedIn 0 Buffer 0 Email 0 0 Flares ×