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Does Your Brand Have A Social Media Blind Spot?
Posted on January 6th 2013
Location-based mobile application Foursquare launched its counterpunch to Facebook’s new, improved nearby tab on its mobile applications, which was announced earlier this week, with its addition of recommendations from Facebook friends to its explore options.
Hardie Tankersley, VP of Digital Platforms at Fox Broadcasting shares his thoughts on what it takes for large enterprises and brands to do Social@Scale.
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