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The Social Media Breakdown – Rush Hour Episode 5

This week Neil and Cameron talked about Netscape, Reddit, and Delicious. They go into detail about using these sites from both a user’s perspective and from a marketer’s perspective. Every social media site has a unique personality so it’s important to learn what works for each individual property. The one thing they all have in common is that they can drive lots of traffic and links if your content piece gains traction.

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