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Nigel Legg

Ray - a good list. One should remember that blog & buzz monitoring is carried out for a wide range of purposes, including sales and marketing, PR and reputation management, political campaigning, and customer support. I feel that these guidelines should be kept in mind for all these activities, and modified where necessary.

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