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Altschuler, Stuart M.
April 2010
Decor;Apr2010, Vol. 130 Issue 3, p30
The article reports on the significance of Facebook, a social networking site, in advertising products and helping businesses engage with potential customers in the U.S. It offers instructions on how business owners can access the site to post their advertisements and discusses elements that are important in using the site. It also reveals the importance of electronic mail (e-mail) signature in promoting products through the site.


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