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November 15, 2012

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Joel Windels

Hey Bill, here is part of our reasoning why we think the value of social polling can't be overlooked: http://www.brandwatch.com/2012/11/social-media-opinion-polling-should-be-considered-as-valuable-as-offline-equivalents/

Hope you liked the infographic,

thanks,

Joel

Bill Paarlberg

Nice to hear from you Joel, and thanks again for the excellent Fun Time With Data graphic. Thanks for that link, too, I added into the article. Bill

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