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Nicole

I agree that marketers and consumers need to understand a brand’s social media presence, but the company needs to understand the reasoning for needing a social media presence. I think a lot of companies and brands join social media, because the company feels that it has to. In order to be an effective brand companies need to: post at least once a day, and for Facebook, after 5 if possible; have one person “speaking” and promote one voice and listen and respond to its customers. If a brand knows the purpose for joining social media, consumers will understand it better too! Great post and check out my blog too at www.portsandlinesoftheair.wordpress.com

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