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Chuck,

Indeed, B2B and social media, although they go very well together, are still either not documented or just in the case of a couple of very large organizations, in some areas. It will be interesting to see what develops. I used to be more involved with financial services and markets and will be keeping an eye on the NASDAQ Community.

Valeria - Thank you for highlighting this example. Two things really excite me about what they are doing:

1. Investors are largely an "underserved" audience when it comes to social media. The conversations around social media, and the solid case studies that we have to learn from are almost exclusively marketing focused. This presents a cool way that companies can interact with investors.

2. Along the same lines, we don't have many B2B and social media case studies to learn from. NASDAQ presents another good learning opporunity in that regard.

Since some of my job is directly related to investor relations, I can't wait to see how this community site unfolds. Thanks for highlighting again!

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