AOL was the baby Internet of the 1990s, a limited way to go online that was soon eclipsed by the excitement of the World Wide Web. Just like AOL, argues Tiernan Ray, the limited functionality and the annoying restrictions of today's social networks are crying out for a more exhilarating experience interacting with one another.
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Beth Mauder sits down with Mitul Ghandi, co-founder of seoClarity, to talk about the company's recent survey that shows which social media site is the least trusted. (Surprise! Google is the most trusted.) Ghandi also discusses what all platforms need to do in a social media-dominated world.