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    Infographic: Social Gaming By The Numbers

    As the Game Developers Conference gets underway here in San Francisco, we thought we’d take a look at how the social gaming juggernaut is shaping the gaming and entertainment industries. Click for large version: Subscribe to the Social Studies blog for the tools to unleash the power of customer conversations. Leave Blank:Do Not Change:Your email:
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    March 9th – Get Satisfaction 101

    Upcoming webcast: Learn the basics of building a successful community. Led by Amy Muller, co-founder of Get Satisfaction and Chief Community Officer. Wednesday, March 9th @ 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern Half hour session Register now for this free session https://www.gotomeeting.com/register/777238038 Subscribe to the Social Studies blog for the tools to unleash the power of customer conversations....
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    March 2nd – Community College: Promoting Your Community

    It’s March and we’re back with another series of webcasts to help you build a powerful, successful community: Community College: Promoting Your Community Join us for a half-hour session on the best practices to promote your community. Led by Amy Muller, co-founder of Get Satisfaction and Chief Community Officer. Wednesday, March 2nd@ 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern...
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    Infographic: Behold, The Google Helmet

    While the faithful gather for the next grail from Cupertino, we got the inside scoop from the nerds in Mountain View. Move aside tinfoil hat! Presenting The Google Helmet. (Click for big-ass version:) Subscribe to the Social Studies blog for the tools to unleash the power of customer conversations. Leave Blank:Do Not Change:Your email:
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    Giant Steps Are What You Take, Walking in Your Customers’ Shoes

    People talk about customer feedback more than ever before today. Proof point: there are thousands of feedback tabs on web sites these days, generating many millions of ideas and suggestions for businesses large and small. But how valuable is this feedback? Do customers really know more than the product developers who live and breathe their...
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