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Kred Tells The Story Of Social Media Influence
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Deb Donston-Miller
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Deb Donston-Miller,
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8/27/2012 | 10:32:20 AM
re: Kred Tells The Story Of Social Media Influence
I like the idea of the story model--making it easier to put what can be confusing data into perspective. It's also nice that smaller organizations and departments will be able to make use of the tool. I just wonder how organizations are tying all of these useful, free tools together and integrating the information.

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, The BrainYard
Shawn Roberts
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Shawn Roberts,
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8/21/2012 | 7:26:15 PM
re: Kred Tells The Story Of Social Media Influence
David
Thanks for your supportive post. We think Kred Story is a big step towards opening up the world of social analytics for everyone by being instantly accessible and understandable. Brands can use it to monitor their most influential content and brand perception.
Give us a try at http://kred.com!
Cheers
Shawn @ Kred


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