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The purpose of titles is to provide a descriptor of the individual’s job function but many marketers are taking too many liberties with their job titles and no more so that Social Media Marketers. See the 12 most ridiculous examples here.
When you’re on social networking sites or commenting on blogs, do you recognize bloggers that you know? Do you see familiar faces? Are there people online that you’ve never met, yet you feel you know them?
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