Keith Lane's CafePress Clothing Line is for Non-Facebookers

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jun 27, 2009   Updated: Apr 2 2011 • References: cafepress & adrants
Keith Lane's Anti-Social Networker apparel proves that social networking isn't for everyone. With a full line of CafePress apparel printed with taglines like "Do Not Follow Me," "Not an Engaging User Experience," "Bottom of the Search Engine," and "LinkedOut," these clothes aren't for early tech adopters.

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Implications - Since social media has made a huge impact in the way businesses connect with their consumers, it is only natural that some people will be against the use of it. Targeting this group of non-social media users may give certain brands an advantage by acknowledging these people. Gaining support and trust from all is what really counts in the business of business. Stats for Anti-Social Networking Apparel Trending: Older & Average
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