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October 09, 2012


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I like the helpful info you provided in your article. I will bookmark your blog and check again here regularly.


Interesting study. One of the problems on the social web is how people assess engagement. If you go by the number of retweets or Likes then you are probably missing some important topics. Commenting and conversations offer a much better social signal and now with tools such as Engagio (www.engag.io) you can focus on managing your social web via conversations.

Oona Timonen

I never thought about it and you really got a point here.I am really glad that i read this one.In Finland country i seen a lot of market research which is really helpful on some business to see what is inn in future and i can it is has an advantage to some who's doing it.

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