May 292012
 

This is more than the Information Age. This is an age of human connection potential that surpasses anything humanity has ever seen up to now. The reality of connection is true not only when finding old friends or distant relatives, but these days even owners of Ford trucks can get together.

It is true that social media connects individuals who are friends, relatives, or professional associates. More and more it is being seen that corporations use these social sites for sales and advertising. Not only that, but real enthusiasts of a product can become friendly with each other, and even meet up in the physical world.

Not only can people connect with strangers in this way, but they can also buy accessories. Many individuals will take pictures and tell stories of parts purchased, the work performed, and then show the final result. This is helpful for any garage mechanic attempting a new customization.

For those who own new vehicles, these sites are a fun and useful tool for improving upon their purchase. For those who have taken an antique and restored it, these sites are even more important. Not simply for the information they provide regarding acquisition of parts, but the social connections are even more important.

Most everyone has attended an antique car show, after all. Some people travel long distances with their restored antiques to drive around, show them off, and enter them into various contests. This is a favorite activity among retirees, and they all stay connected through these networks.

Twenty years ago no one would have thought that they could connect with other owners of Ford trucks. Now friends can be made across town, across the country, and sometimes at the other end of the world. Fords are a household name everywhere, and their owners are connected.

Owners of Ford trucks, you will find a complete review of the benefits of joining a social network at http://www.fordpu.com/ right now.

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