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I think we agree. I was brief in my answer and wanted to mainly express that I am also not a big fan of Facebook marketing but sometimes it's the best avenue for my clients. Overall, not a fan of FB marketing at all.
while I personally don't enjoy Facebook marketing for many reasons, some of which you mentioned, we just can't ignore it, especially in B2C it's a must for many.
I just read this interesting ZDNet blog that is a nice addition to the opinions above:
"Summary: Hackers are now targeting cloud-based apps and systems almost as much as on-premise environments, particularly with so-called brute force attacks and vulnerability scans."
Via Larry Barret
why don't you share your German view on the questions in the comment section here?
thanks for your kind comment. Part I is here.
And Part 3 is in the works by my collaborator JC Giraldo.