Spectrum of Online Friendship

Posted to Infographics  |  Nathan Yau

This graphic, from Mike Arauz, describes different levels of online friendship, starting at passive interest (read your blog but not much else) up to investment (deeply care about your success). I originally thought it was just one of those comic infographics, but there’s some good discussion going on in the comments of the original post and the Arauz’ response.

[Thanks, @JeffHurt]

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