For your business, that mic may be Facebook or Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest, email marketing or a combination of them all. But Brogan argues, what are most important aren't the networks or tools you use, but the way in ...
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The Current State of Social CRM [Infographic]CMSWireJust as companies are getting more comfortable with social media, they are still learning how to capture and take advantage of all the information they're gleaning from their fans and followers.
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