May 6 Posted 2 years ago
Thanks for the survey. I find it interesting that 58% find advertising annoying and 56% would interact with the message in some aspect; even if it a "negative" interaction.
The hash tags sound interesting, and a unique way to capture interactions. I like the fact that you can track 'ancillary' interactions, by following the conversations by users, even if they don't interact with the campaign.
Is there anyway to manage hash-tags, what would happen if marketers use the same hash-tag?
Apr 11 Posted 3 years ago
Aaron, shared this with my social networks. They liked it. Tx.
Author of The Digital Dollar
Mar 30 Posted 3 years ago
Aha..Thanks for sharing it. I did not know facebook will use #
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