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Posted on June 29th 2013
In any event, I thought this was an interesting infographic. HCCMIS uses their own case study around this infographic, and I think it’s always helpful to understand the thought process and action for a successful social brand, even if they may not be easily replicatable by others. By creating accessible social content around relevant inbound content, they grew their audience. What’s not to like about that?
I’m curious to hear your take on this one.