posts from diigo 08/03/2011

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    • The topic of social media is ubiquitous at public relations conferences and journals. When it comes to political campaigns, more often than not winning candidates seamlessly incorporate social media tactics into their overall strategy. Yet in the profession at the intersection of public relations and politics – government relations – the use of social media is not as prevalent as it should be.

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Live with dream and passion Pursue the desire deep in my heart. A girl love fancy food,communicating with each other and go hiking. Sometimes got lost in thinking serious things.
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