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And there's still time to book! See you on Wednesday?
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5 Reasons You Need to Come to Social Media London LIVE! #smlondon http://socialmedialondon.co.uk/reasons/
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A thoughtful article, worth a read - thanks for sharing.
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6 reasons to integrate email and social media marketing http://bit.ly/1xjkiUd #smlondon
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Love this, so useful - thanks for sharing :)
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How to Write a Successful Blog Post http://bit.ly/1tLaaVt #smlondon (via Isobel)
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Another great day at WTM, Day 3 seemed to have more of a hotel focus for me.
Take a look at all the action from day 3 of ‪#‎WTM14‬, including the World Responsible Tourism Awards and WTM World Responsible Tourism Day!

Let us know your favourite moment from the day in the comments below...

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Day 2 at WTM was particularly busy, perhaps record breaking? Some very interesting social media sessions included in the programme - particularly Lee McCabe from Facebook and Billy Hayward from BuzzFeed.
Check out the daily highlights video for day 2 of WTM.

Let us know what the highlight of your day was in the comments below!

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View the highlights from the first day of this year's WTM - a major travel industry event.
Get a taste of World Travel Market and hear from visitors and exhibitors, as they give their view on the leading global event for the travel industry #WTM14
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Hi everyone, I joined the 'Plus Your Business!' community very recently at Martin Shervington's suggestion - thank you Martin, it was a good idea! It looks like a really helpful forum and thank you to those who have already responded to my first discussion item.

My focus is on tourism, hotels and hospitality in the UK but I also work with a diverse range of SMEs (Small Medium sized Enterprises) and some micro businesses.

Based in Hertfordshire, I describe myself as a "traditional marketer who has embraced digital" - in fact I love digital and like to keep up to speed with the latest changes, so this is a good place to be to find out about G+

Anyone have any experience of working with professional services, e.g. accountants or solicitors, who are up against client confidentiality issues when it comes to asking clients to post reviews via Google+ ? Surely this is going to work against them in the new social search / hummingbird algorithm scenario because they cannot ask for reviews?
Welcome any feedback, thanks.

I'm keen to get feedback and views on how professionals, for example accountants and solicitors, will fare with organic search now; as I understand that asking clients to submit reviews via Google+ would be contravening client confidentiality. Has anyone come up against this already?
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