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Re: KlearGear Admitted to Social CRM Hall of Shame
Posted by Christopher J. Bucholtz on 2014-05-05 22:31:35
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Technology and social media give businesses new ways to interact with customers, to build stronger and longer-lasting relationships, and to create two-way conversations that lead to better products and happier people at both ends of the conversation. They also allow dumb businesses to expose their incompetence faster and to a wider audience than ever before. Each year we see it: Companies that miss the mark by applying "worst practices" for social media and social CRM, or businesses that are just plain insensitive to their social media peers.





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Re: KlearGear Admitted to Social CRM Hall of Shame  Christopher J. Bucholtz  2014-05-05 22:31:35
Re: KlearGear Admitted to Social CRM Hall of Shame  Sushant12  2014-05-05 22:35:08
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