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5 Social Business Mistakes You're Making
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Deb Donston-Miller
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6/27/2013 | 1:50:30 PM
re: 5 Social Business Mistakes You're Making
I totally agree with you, Cara. In fact, I think there are many parallels between the evolution/acceptance of the Web and that of social media. It's almost shocking now when a company does not have a website. I think we will see the same thing in the next few years for organizations that do not have social media presence.

Deb Donston-Miller
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Cara Latham
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6/27/2013 | 12:59:28 PM
re: 5 Social Business Mistakes You're Making
It's hard to believe that some companies are still not involved at all in social media. In the past, I have heard people discuss (and I've subscribed to this philosophy as well) their beliefs that if a company did not have a legitimate website, it must not be credible. I think we are beginning to see the same effect with a business/company's social media presence.


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