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  1. thebusinessofsocial reblogged this from fastcompany
  2. vertmob reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Big news for brands doing CRM on Twitter.
  3. problemsolver reblogged this from fastcompany
  4. 21janeeyre reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    This is very, very bad.
  5. ratsoff reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
    :O
  6. fondano reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  7. adamwescott reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    NOTE: You must proactively update your Settings if you wish to receive DMs from people you don’t follow—and vice versa.
  8. westinhaus reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Hm..
  9. robbiemelvin reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    No this is NOT good.
  10. elozanobuhl reblogged this from fastcompany
  11. caitlinbyrd reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  12. hmjservices reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Not sure I approve … hmm …
  13. extrafickle reblogged this from fastcompany
  14. peterwknox reblogged this from specialedition87 and added:
    Not a good thing. Unless you’re a business.
  15. fityshadesofghey reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    this will not end well.
  16. jaison96 reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
    Crap.
  17. titivil reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
    Oy.
  18. fieldnotesfromabroad reblogged this from laughterkey
  19. brooklynmutt reblogged this from fastcompany
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  22. mardenkane reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    It is by opt-in only — but I don’t see many people opting in to receive messages from anyone that follow them. So why...
  23. laughterkey reblogged this from unicornery and added:
    Whew.gif
  24. letao reblogged this from unicornery and added:
    Opt-in only is VERY helpful. I imagine the only people who’ll opt in are corporate support accounts.
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