Giant Wal-Mart announced it spent $300 million to acquire social media startup Kosmix, a six-year-old Mountain View, Calif.-based company–which has built a social media platform that organizes content by topic.
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Know Your Audience
Did you see Miss Mexico?
Being under the microscope with millions of people making comments about your creation can change the way you see the world.
If you look closely at the speaker and panel lineups for these social media conferences, you might imagine that it's 1950 all over again.
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