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October 25, 2010

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john angar

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satellite direct

I couldn't agree with you more. I feel people are too engrosed with the quantity of how to mention a brand that people no longer pay attention to the "reall content". Like what Elizabeth said, It's not just about the number of "likes", most of the time if you really want to get something more out of a product or a service, quality matters!

Elizabeth

Great post! Sarah Evans recently echoed these ideas in her FastFire Twitter chat. When I asked about how best to quantify social media results for clients, she responded: Set measurable goals. It's not just about the number of retweets or "likes" your product or company gets, but it's about reaching a pre-determined goal (for example, raising x number of dollars for a non-profit's campaign based off retweets from Twitter).

Looking forward to reading your book!

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