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Social media has proven itself as a revolutionary tool for marketing businesses of all shapes and sizes in almost every major industry around the world, but, for most firms, it’s Facebook and Twitter that get the most attention, certainly when they’re starting out. However, a new study suggests this might be a mistake, as it’s Instagram that might actually be the most valuable social channel for brands.
The selfie, a very modern phenomenon where users take pictures of themselves that they then submit to one or more social media sites, seems harmless enough. After all, what’s wrong with sharing a photo showing us off at our best?
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