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Digital Metrics 2013 Quick Start Guide

January 3, 2013
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My library of operating instructions is growing. Thanks to the generosity of family, friends, colleagues and a pinch of autonomous acquisition, I have about a dozen more devices than I did two weeks ago. Each comes with a thick, complete guide to the use of every feature. A complete instruction manual to online advertising, marketing and customer experience would require an entire library or two flash drives on a keychain. One would have no chance of consuming all that material fast enough for the information therein to still be relevant...

 

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