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@Lance - thank you. Glad the content is useful to you. I'm working on shifting emphasis more towards marketing evolution in the coming year.

@Jack - very kind of you to stop by.

@DJ - you won't mind if mine is an espresso cup or a capuccino, right? Here's to another year of useful conversations with lots of learning for us all.

@Brian - the more the merrier on the connective thought frequency. Somehow we will need to be even more this way in the coming year. So many are in fear and in their insecurity are divisive and small.

@Diego - keep creating enjoyable sound narrative.

@Angela - way to go on the book. That is indeed an amazing achievement. Thank you for reading and participating to this community and the larger business community.

What a wonderful comprehensive list of thank you's. I am an avid reader here and have benefited greatly from your content. I should follow your lead and thank people individually for the opportunities afforded me this year as well. As far as what I'm thankful for...the opportunity to publish a book and get so many people supporting it. I'm also thankful for being invited to speak to some really great people about growing online communities and enlightening many who said that most speakers were going over their heads as far as how social media can benefit them. I look forward to reading your content next year. All the best.
Angela Connor
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Thank you Valeria for your great articles!

All the Best for 2010,

Diego

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