Social media surge

    Earlier this year, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was forced from power through an uprising that was mobilized with the help of social media tools like Facebook and Twitter.  While Delaware residents might not use the web to bring down the Governor, more and more are using social media to build business and community.

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    You can also follow all the key social media players featured in this story on twitter: @KenGrantDE, @RodneyJordan, @LaurieBick, @briansowards, @filmbros, @BellaVistaTratt, @DCFarmersMarket, @PoppycockTattoo, @TomKovach, @GovernorMarkell, @BeHereWilmo@FoodBankofDE. You can also follow Mark Eichmann @whyyFirst and Shirley Min @whyyShirley for updates on what’s happening in Delaware on Twitter.

    Some of Delaware’s top social media users offer their advice on how to use tools like Twitter and Facebook to have the most impact in this web extra.

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