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November 02, 2009

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Andrea Cannavina

Great information Niki!

I'd like to add that you really only need to have ONE social spot that you frequent - be it LinkedIn, FaceBook or twitter. The issue is time, so pick one and actually spend time there - connecting and interacting with those who are trying to connect with you. Once you have a definitive presence at one social site, you can create a presence on the others as you wish/have time

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