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Your Social Media Execution starts with L.I.S.T.E.N!

December 3, 2010

Your social media execution starts with L.I.S.T.E.N! We believe social media execution starts with listening. Period. It’s one of the most important elements forgotten, hence the acronym. But there is more to it than that! We put together these KEY points for approaching and evaluating your social media execution. Now we are looking for your feedback so that we can finalize this and print it–Let us know what you think??

Thanks to Trevor (our newest Fresh team member) for his bringing this to life with the incredible graphics.

Founder and CEO of Fresh Consulting, student of all things creative, innovative, and fresh, professional snowboard instructor trainer, father.

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