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Social Media Implications For Brands In 2010

Social Media Implications For Brands In 2010
technology

Love it or hate it, social media (and its persistent title) will maintain its grip on consumers - and brand marketing discussions - until it evolves into a different form and role in our digital lives.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 23 december 2009

Love it or hate it, social media (and its persistent title) will maintain its grip on consumers – and brand marketing discussions – until it evolves into a different form and role in our digital lives.  On that note, Sienna Farris, Director of Social Media at Strawberry Frog, spoke with AdWeek about 5 key social media implications that brands will need to respond to in 2010.  Recognizing that predictions don’t hold a candle against the fast pace at which technology changes and renders them dated, these are more of a call to action and awareness, and less of a definite prediction.

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