Working the Network : A Manager's Guide for Using Twitter in Government

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MERGEL, Ines, 2012. Working the Network : A Manager's Guide for Using Twitter in Government. IBM Center for the Business of Government

@book{Mergel2012Worki-36366, publisher={IBM Center for the Business of Government}, title={Working the Network : A Manager's Guide for Using Twitter in Government}, url={}, year={2012}, author={Mergel, Ines} }

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