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August 25, 2011


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Nice read. I think that we have yet to see all that social media has to offer for marketing, so that will be a huge growth area. interactive agency Dallas

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It would also be interesting to note how interactive marketing will affect offline elements, or how online and offline marketing will be better integrated. http://www.cowgirlinteractive.com/saloon/what-does-2012-have-in-store-for-interactive-marketing/

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