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May 12, 2008

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What I like about this post is that it encourages people to think about the tool from a strategic point. What am I trying to achieve, how? Very good, Li.

Great post - I'm developing a Twitter and social networking tool policy for Intel. We struggle w/ the gray area between personal and professional communications. As you know, Twitter can be most useful and beneficial when you mix the two and individual employees are participating personally on behalf of the brand.

Question... Who is doing this well?

well i totally agree with you bryan twitter can be most useful and beneficial when you mix the two and individual employees are participating personally on behalf of the brand.

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