How do you use social media to create print sales?

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Hi Matthew,

As a person that has recently ventured out into the social media space to build my personal brand and ‘network’ more efficiently, I just wanted to thank you for the aforementioned document. Very insightful, easy-to-understand and makes sense. I will definitely be looking to put some of the advice into practice.

Kind regards,

Jeremy Hutchins

Account Development Director , Paragon Group UK

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