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March 21, 2013

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ed kishinevsky

I find that hard to believe.
that's like saying advertising doesn't work.
and yet people are consuming branded products.
the point of social media isn't about brands.
is about people. brands of course don't understand and invade and seep and ooze into every crevice known to man.

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