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05/29/2012

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Carlos Hank Rhon

Very interesting insights…nothing that nobody suspected already, but having real figures really help to understand many things. The only problem I see in this report is, how well those businesses are performing on their Social Media strategies? My experience tells me that although many are currently using SM, they way they are doing it is not effective at all…. I’d love to see more information about this.

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