[*And they are all harder than you think.] We have been pushing our "integrated social media" for a few years now - probably sooner than we should have. When we said 'integrated' a year ago generally we meant integrating marketing, communications and customer service. Implicit in that is a second interpretation of integrated, this time to mean the combination of owned, paid and earned media strategies and platforms. That's what tends to get the biggest impact in social media from marcom programs...
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