In reading a recent WSJ article about network neutrality (you really should read it, too; it will scare the daylights out of you), I came across this graph
It shows that in North America we send and receive 11,000,000,000,000,000 bytes of information online EACH MONTH.
That is a 4x increase over 2006.
How much of that 11 million million MB of info is yours?
This is a good illustration of why you should be paying attention to blogging, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. in addition to having a super website and email strategy. The world is looking for you. Can they find you in the pile?