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I, too, started thinking after reading Anita yesterday. Making the distinction between "business" and "social" is becoming a hard one to make. As long as we can use the social media to drive traffic, followers, friends, customers to our business sites it is a good deal. I agree with your philosophy here - we just need to make sure we are the ones deciding how we are using each sector.
Thanks for the always interesting and enlightening ideas!

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