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How to Capitalize on Social Networking Sites

Source: SDL Tridion
Virtual worlds where customers can connect and share information are another channel through which marketers can improve the customer experience. Social networks can help you gain customer input on product and service development—and, of course, to reinforce brand messaging. Learn the four steps you can take to improve your customer experience by integrating online, off-line, and branding efforts via social networking.


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