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October 18, 2012

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VeljkoGaloo

This is great. I really like and agree 100% with their opinion: The key concepts of “Engagement” and “Conversation” are frequently discussed by social media advocates but rarely defined with enough precision to guide sound measurement.

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The Conclave has brought together leaders representing 11 industry associations and eight major corporations over the past year to help define social media measurement standards that will work across companies, brands, agencies and disciplines.

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