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Promoters need to learn that influence, like fame, can be fleeting.
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Many businesses are in the dark about who their target market really is.
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It's time for all businesses to take social media marketing seriously.
The silly season in Australian sport is 365 days a year.
From dirty bird to eating clean.
Bye bye 'dynamic ribbon', hello red disc.
We see a tent and a donut.
From beloved bloggers to social media high-fliers.
Now red carpets are ruined.
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This social media platform is no longer just for flower crown selfies.
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And it’s not all about Silicon Valley.
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