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Will More Ways to “Like” An Item Fix Social Commerce?

Social commerce could be on the verge of expansion with a new service called Graphite, which allows brands to better leverage their social media. For a fee, retailers can install a whole range of buttons on their web sites, spin-offs of the traditional Facebook “like” and Twitter “tweet this” choices.  When visitors click one of [...]
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