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Your question really intrigues me because I'm currently working through similar things. I've set a solid plan and how I want to accomplish them, but have met different snags and implementing social media can be quite unpredictable. I've been noticing that it's really important, when working with social media, to remain attentive, listen, and be extremely flexible. I've been learning to adapt to situations and adjust priorities and focus points as necessary, but I'm really interested to hear your approach.

Following up on your story about Andy i visited his blog and book, bought 3 copies and am inspired by his practical, specific, often crack-up funny and fresh ideas... and his obvious bent towards being of value to others. Thanks for the tip!
another fan of Conversation Agent

Great points and priority suggestions.
I find myself awash in several task lists.
As a newbie to social networking there is so much to learn so as to be effective. We appreciate your direction on our journey to launch.

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