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The 10 Plagues of Social Media

April 9, 2012
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Like the ten plagues of ancient Egypt, social media can wreck havoc with your marketing and business plans. While in today’s 24/7, always on, everyone’s a publisher environment, every business faces the possibility of a PR crisis occurring, you can mitigate the impact of most social media evils. Here are the ten plagues of social media and actionable marketing tips to overcome them: 1. Plague of not paying attention to what’s being said on social media....

 

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