6 Reasons Why You Should Read Engage by Brian Solis #smartersocmed

6 Reasons Why You Should Read Engage by Brian Solis #smartersocmed

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via briansolis.com Brian Solis’ book is out and instead of just megaphoning “GO BUY HIS BOOK!” I’ll give you six reasons why we should…well, GO BUY HIS BOOK!  Brian is thorough and shares invaluable information. His posts normally answers the five Ws (who, what, when, where, and why) and takes...
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