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    Weak ties thus have the greatest potential to expose their friends to information that they would not have otherwise discovered. Furthermore, it turns out weak ties are collectively responsible for the majority of information spread. You can see in the figure above how a majority of influence (orange) can be generated by weak ties, even if strong ties are individually more influential.

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