Brands and Social: Don’t speak unless you can improve the silence.

The presentation below from Esteban Contreras provides a comprehensive and practical approach to setting up guidelines for brands online.  It’s almost like a cookbook for understanding the basic mechanics and the minimum market entry requirements for creating and curating content to establish a loyal audience in a market a brand serves.

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