Mar 16, 2016

How to Find the Blind Spots in Your Social Listening - Engagor

Over 2 billion photos are being shared online every day. Sharing pictures with the world has become an important way for customers to quickly share information and put a message across. Many of these photos include customers praising and complaining about their experience with your brand. Sometimes they mention and reach out to you directly …

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