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Social Media and Censorship- When Private becomes Public

I interrupt the series on Millennial Marketing to share the debate and raise a few questions on the unfolding drama of Social Media censorship. For those interested, you can check out the post on Marketing to Millennials here. Time magazine put a … Continue reading

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The Flip Side of Social Media

It’s time to end the silence. And what’s prompting me this time around is the flip side of social media. Having spent almost a year of talking, lecturing, Debating the worth and RoI of social media, and social networks as … Continue reading

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Social Shifts power Social Media: 7 reasons I got from the Mid-East

“Amma, why do 17 of us have to live in this room? why don’t we ask the sheikh next door, if he’ll let us use his pool?” Ok! I made that up. Rather, someone who I was discussing the tectonic … Continue reading

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