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Interesting piece Gary - I agree. This was my recent take on it. http://bit.ly/Tm7Nas
Good post Chris - we both had the same reflex that this low % is not actually that surprising. If I invite someone into my bricks and mortar store with an interesting incentive but then my store is empty, when they open the door, they're not going to walk to the cash or ask the staff any questions - they're going to leave!! This is current Facebook like syndrome!
Here was my post on the subject - thanks again.
Thx Oana - can't do without satellites !! I would be lost. A bit like not having internet!!!
Great points, Vincent - really appreciate the feedback. Shame you stopped...I was enjoying that!
Great post, Maggie - I posted a visual last month on social media today that tries to explain what an important, multi faceted role you have :
Interested to know if this is how you feel !!
Glad you liked it, Nupur. I haven't seen any data to explain the difference - I believe that the results identify the 'what' but not the 'why' unfortunately. Still a good starting point though, I think.