Nearly two-thirds of Britons do not want to engage with brands on social networks, survey finds.
This article titled “UK Facebook and Twitter users reject big brands’ marketing” was written by Josh Halliday, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 10th November 2011 07.00 UTC
Almost two-thirds of Britons do not want to be bothered by big-name brands on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks, according to a survey.
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