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Web and Social Media Strategies: The Why and How... To Be Awesome (4 slides per page PDF) presented at the NAADA 2011 Annual Conference in Lubbock, TX in June 2011. Thanks to Shelby Thayer for a few ...

Web and Social Media Strategies: The Why and How... To Be Awesome (4 slides per page PDF) presented at the NAADA 2011 Annual Conference in Lubbock, TX in June 2011. Thanks to Shelby Thayer for a few slides on metrics.

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