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Should users of social networks maintain separate personas, one for business and another for their personal life?
What initiatives is your company most likely to focus on in 2010?
What do you think matters most to customers in 2010?
Many advertising holding companies are looking to emerging markets for growth in 2010. Which market do you think will show the greatest gains next year?
Has Twitter peaked?
What marketing tactic has proved most successful for you recently?
How do you see the U.S. advertising and media economy recovering in 2010?
Which topic will have the greatest impact on your business in 2010?
Do you anticipate a change in how much your company will spend on social media next year?
Of these social-media technologies, which would you most like to see evolve the quickest next year?
Of these social-media problems, which do you think is most likely to be solved in 2010?
What do you think of Facebook's latest change to the News Feed, separating the Live Feed from a summary view of what they regard as the "most interesting activity that's happened in the last day"?
A recent survey indicated that 75 percent of small businesses are not using social media for marketing. Why do you think that may be the case?
With growth in the use of "always-on" social networks such as Facebook and Twitter as vehicles for communication, do you find that you use e-mail more or less often than you used to?
Do you view Google Wave as a serious competitor to existing social networks such as Facebook and Twitter?