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Social Media A-Z: A Glossary for 2013

December 26, 2012
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With the 2012 marketing season soon to wind down, we are all gearing up for 2013. Here are some questions that should be on every good marketer’s mind: What are new strategies? How can we execute? What is our budget? To help you find the answers, take a look at the social media glossary below—think of it as a concise guide to refer to when you are planning out your 2013 social media marketing plan....

 

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