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November 19, 2009


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Tom Troughton

Not only do social networks and online professional networks influence decision making, they seem to provide a sense of human connection that our high-tech world can sometimes take away.


Build a network or use social media to deepen customer intimacy has become the mantra of today. However, what is often overlooked is the impact of social media to change behaviors, and the potential to use social media to impact a professional’s decision-making processes. While everyone is endeavoring to capture the mindshare of the buyer, few understand what success truly looks like.

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