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Want to understand the new marketing? Here’s the iPod page from amazon, brilliantly analysed by Joshua Porter showing 16 – count ’em – social features.

Hat tips: Brian Oberkirch Debbie Weil and Katie Ledger. Katie adds a final point: Of course – lets not forget its about creating great products or services that people actually WANT to talk about.. Yay.

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