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As marketers, if one of your engineers, product managers or customers has written a technical article promoting your company or products, wouldn’t you want to share that information with everyone with a potential interest? Social media allows everyone to distribute information on a mass scale. Better yet, it allows us to target that information to the appropriate audience and receive it from trusted sources. Twittering lets everyone be an individual broadcaster to a network of followers. Go ahead, recommend relevant articles and news items to the people you think need to know. The Microwave Journal’s (MWJ) web site can help you provide industry related updates to the folks you need to communicate with.
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