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Scott Meis

Thanks for the great breakdown Brooke. I've followed Livestrong's online efforts quite closely as you all do an excellent job leveraging various platforms to maximize engagement and interaction. I've also shared this post with my friends over at @imermanangels. Kudos and I hope today is huge!

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Tom Bailey

These are great ideas! These are different ways of viewing things.
I am going to forward these ideas to a non-profit I think that would like them. www.amazing-kids.org.

Thanks for posting.


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Sarah Milston

These are great. I am teaching a class on NGO social media and plan on highlighting this... Thanks.

Jeff Paul Scam

SEO, linking, spamming is a big, big industry. It may be a nuisance but for a product owner, it is deemed important in trying to be relevant, current and out there. It also is being developed on a regular manner so it is every changing and dynamic.

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