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I would never have a "webmaster" to manage an overall web strategy
the social aspects coming out for webmastersis part of the constant evolution of online as a way to do business. Like wyweb said, social media can benefit website operators.
webmasters aren't relevant in social media.Respectfully, that's patent nonsense. Under the same logic, the following topics would also not belong on a webmaster forum, just picking a few of the more obvious ones: content writing and copyright, domain names, databases, web video creation, any of the adwords, adsense ypn or adcenter forums, any offsite seo topics, any topic on government or corporate policy...
The explosion of social media is impossible to ignore- and is going to have an ever growing impact on the ability of *webmasters* to manage and grow their online businesses.
embracing the new social media landscape and using it to extend webmasterworldwill be critical for the survival of this forum as a top tier resource on planning, developing, maintaining, marketing and operating online properties.
embracing the new social media landscape
Ken_b you may not consider this forum a social one, but there are plenty of regulars on here who would argue differently. (I'm not one of them, but there are plenty of posters that have posted in these threads that are