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Agree to disagree Michael. Why is reducing the noise and becoming more targeted NOT a good thing? Why does social media HAVE TO be about broadcasting? What they are saying is that you can identify people who are more likely to hear your message through social. I understand your point but in my opinion you may be slightly shortsighted in your assessment. Only time will tell if this approach is successful BUT I give Hubspot kudos for this strategy.
Means a lot Karl... Thanks! (actually, thank the team at Hubspot for the awesome infographic)
Thank you for appreciating them!
Thanks for taking the time to add your comments. Great points and your tips certainly add value of this post. Thanks again.
Thanks @MrRyanConnors! So appreciate the feedback and the compliment. We work hard to generat quality content. Thanks for retweeting!
Thanks Jeff! There is a ton of value there! Thanks for commenting!