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April 27, 2009

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KDPaine

It does beg that question. It would be fun to survey the people who contributed to see if/how they measured success

Peter Kim

In retrospect (as the list was last updated five months ago), I'd say that most of the examples were added via individual contributors with no relation to the companies - no bragging involved. At this point, enough time has passed and we should be hearing more about results. If not, it begs the question, does social media marketing really matter?

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