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For any business, especially smaller businesses that want to master the basics of social media marketing, the days of simply creating a Facebook page are over. Effectively reaching today’s mobile consumer requires integrated Social Local and Mobile (SoLoMo) for short. By the time you finish this post I hope you’ll be convinced that avoiding social media is a bigger risk than fully embracing the basics of social media....
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