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Thanks for another great post. I would add #11: It's a way to listen.

The best part of a conversation is often what you hear, not what you say. You cannot be part of social media without listening to what other people are saying about themselves, other companies, and your company. What you learn should surprise you in one way or another. If it doesn't you're not listening closely enough.

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