Managing different client accounts without logging in and out

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Social media managers or agencies are challenged with juggling many different social media accounts. You need to log into this twitter account than that twitter account, back to Facebook then LinkedIn and so forh – all from one browser. And all of a sudden ….ouuuch you posted to the wrong account.

Google Chrome has a powerful feature, that is not widely known.

You can create several different and independent instances of Chrome and just click on the respective browser icon to be in the respective account. Yes, it maintains the session, keeps the cookies and everything you need to have dedicated to that account. It’s like a different browser.

 

Here is what you need to do:

1) Create a subdirectory on your computer for each account i.e.

C:/chrome/client1
C:/chrome/client2
C:/chrome/client3
(Use the backslash of course)

2) Create copies of your Chrome Link Button on your Desktop

3) Add this code extention to the TARGET definition after ….chrome.exe

-user-data-dir=C:\Chrome\society3

ChromeSettings

 

Now you can login into the various accounts and stay logged in. Just click on the respective icon. Each chrome instances you have setup that way keeps their own cookies and sessions. :)

Happy switching

Axel
http://XeeMe.com/AxelS
(my entire online presence)

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S3 Platform Update – Fall 2013

First S3 application platform upgrade

XeeMe as an App

Society3  S3-XeeMeXeeMe is now an application on the S3 platform that can but must not be used in conjunction with other applications. Those who just want to have and manage a XeeMe without all the other apps can do it now with ease. The XeeMe specific Dashboard shows all XeeMe relevant information and allows to manage a XeeMe right from that dashboard without the need to understand any of the other application aspects. Once users are comfortable with their XeeMe, they may add Focus for networking with other XeeMe users, Buzz to support or create Buzz campaigns and so forth.

Buzz as another Key application

With the completion of the S3 platform Buzz users don’t need to understand XeeMe or any other application for that matter. All it takes is to add Buzz as an application if it is not auto-installed by the registration process. A user can now manage a Buzz campaign without getting confused by other aspects of the XeeMe system.

Braino Only Environment

What is true for Buzz is equally true for Braino. Those who signed up to learn about social media strategies and care less about other tools at that stage will not be irritated by score boards, Wall of Fame and other aspects of the technology mix we offer. A buyer of an online class gets Braino auto installed and lands directly on the Braino Dashboard page.

Application independent account administration

As part of the separation between platform and apps, we also separated the general account administration. It resides in the main navigation and covers all aspects of an account, independent of what applications a user is using.

S3 Dashboard

The platform has one application independent dashboard showing a users Profile, credits, achievements, system update information as well as the latest Buzz Campaigns. Buzz has become a key application and as such it shows the latest campaigns on the main dashboard. Even if users are not using Buzz, they can still support it without installing it.

Score Board Update

Klout decided to have a policy that does not allow to list a Klout Score next to another score. Oh well. Since PeerIndex is no longer providing public scores, Kred has a hard time to get their website into a readable form, and connect.me is in a stage of new orientation, we decided to remove the external scores all together.

For more technical background see below

More intuitive – less clicks – easier to navigate

Obviously for those who were using the system for a while, this is a change that causes to retrain the mouse, that guides you to the right places. But all in all it is more intuitive and easier to learn for new users.

 

Technical Aspects of this upgrade

Platform Architecture

This upgrade actually completes the S3 Platform development. The Platform is now truly application and XeeMe independent. In the past the XeeMe architecture was still a key part of the platform itself. In other words, XeeMe became an autonomous application in the platform itself.

Administration

User administration is a huge part of every application, no matter how small or big it is. With the new user administration we only lay the foundation of a XeeMe in that process. But a user does not need to manage a XeeMe as part of the account administration. Application specific user credentials are tide to the application map and its DNA between a user and an app.

Genetically Networked Architecture

Since the inception of XeeMe we are using a genetic computing technology we invented and called it “Genetically Networked Architecture”.  Almost all settings, attributes, rights, rules and capabilities are genetically encoded. That allows us to process a large amount of credentials in a fraction of traditional methods. We will share more about the GNA later. However the new platform is fully GNA enabled and allows credentials to be easily encoded and the inheritance of profile information into the DNA of application chromosomes.

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Society3’s new S3-Buzz Software replaces conventional marketing with Customer Voice

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Society3’s new S3-Buzz Software harnesses Customer Voice to reach into new markets, increase revenue.

S3-Buzz Software now puts the power of Consumer Voice into the hands of savvy business marketers.

Sep. 10, 2013 - SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Calif. – For survival in a competitive marketplace, agile businesses recognize the importance of incorporating the customer voice into their marketing strategies to amplify messaging, reach and revenue. S3-Buzz Software now puts the power of Customer Voice into the hands of savvy business marketers.

When consumer social influence overpowers corporate advertising, businesses need to find innovative ways to reach and win the loyalty of new customers. Society3 recognized the need to utilize the power of the new consumer voice and developed a software solution to help corporate marketing teams stimulate and amplify customer conversation across the Internet. Case studies show Customer Voice Driven Marketing has the capability of achieving up to 7000 mentions per day with a reach of up to 100 million engaged consumers.

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“We have carefully studied customer behavior and buzz dynamics over the past two years and created a product that helps business teams stimulate social mentions and recommendations and then amplify them across the Internet with very high velocity.” Said Axel Schultze, CEO of Society3.

Smart businesses are leveraging the effects of the customer voice by stimulating mentions and conversations. It’s long been held that consumer reviews have far more weight in the mind of the customer than traditional marketing messages. Harnessing customer voice is key to the growth and revenue of every business. For survival in a competitive marketplace, agile businesses will recognize the importance of incorporating the customer voice into their marketing strategies to amplify messaging.

Chuck Jones of Knoxville, TN based Parking lot Striping and Sealing company AAA Stripe Pro,an S3-Buzz customer said: “It was amazing to watch how fast the number of visitors to our site has grown, literally over night. We spent plenty of money on Internet advertising and listings in the past, but S3-Buzz has outperformed all of these methods of promotions”.

S3-Buzz Software features 3 components intensely tested over the course of 200 Buzz campaigns

• Velocity:  Unlike traditional word of mouth or a traditional promotional campaign, S3-Buzz spreads almost instantly and can reach thousands within a matter of hours.

• Mentions:  Customers are happy to share their opinion and with a little encouragement from brands, hundreds of customers spread the word within 24 hours.

• Reach:  Due to the networked nature of the social web, sharing and amplifying mentions and recommendations provides a much higher reach than traditional advertising. S3-Buzz campaigns can reach up to 10-times more consumers than conventional campaigns with the traditional media.

Berrie Pelser from BerArt, an European partner and Buzz Master from the 2012 Digital Agenda Conference of the European Commission said, “The DA12 conference was a proving ground for S3-Buzz Software. We tested the software side-by-side against a well-crafted business process and traditional messaging tools and found stunning results with S3-Buzz. We created a reach of nearly 100 Million and were trending on Twitter in several countries within hours.”

S3 Buzz is designed to help businesses promote events, introduce new products, acquire new talent and improve their brand reputation with the help of loyal advocates using their own customer voice and a tool that makes it very easy to spread the word in a matter of hours.

S3-Buzz is now available for purchase, more information can be found on http://society3.com

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About:
Society3 is a Buzz Marketing Technology provider, helping businesses grow their respective number of public mentions and market reach.  The unique Buzz technology empowers Society3 customers to instantly create awareness and customer engagement for their brand, products, events and other initiatives. Society3 is working with a rapidly growing network of business partners and agencies around the world. Society3 Group Inc is a San Francisco based privately held company. More information: http://society3.com or call +1 (650) 384-0057 Connect with Society3 http://xeeme.com/S3grp

 

Experience a buzz for yourself.

If you like it share it. That’s how easy it is for YOUR advocates to help YOU.

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Buzz – The New Advertising

Society3-Buzz-BuzzLetIn times where consumer power increases and influence from traditional corporate advertising is decreasing, businesses will need to find new ways to win the minds and hearts of new customers.

Our research shows that roughly 80% of purchase decisions are based on mentions and recommendations for both consumer and corporate buyers. This is leaving only a small percentage to spontaneous or advertising driven purchases.

Smart businesses found a way to actually leveraging the effects of the customer voice and stimulates mentions and conversations. New customers are trusting existing customers more than sales teams and advertising. The new marketing and advertising is taking those mentions and recommendations and amplifying them across the web.

As a result, successful corporate messaging is replacing blunt self promotions with authentic customer opinion which is highly trusted and leads to more sales, as well as a better brand reputation.

Society3 has carefully studied consumer behavior and buzz dynamics over the past two years and created a product that helps business teams to stimulate mentions and recommendations and then amplify them across the Internet with very high velocity. Experience with over 200 Buzz campaigns showed three interesting dynamics:

1) Velocity: Unlike traditional word of mouth, S3 Buzz spreads almost instantly and can reach millions within a matter of hours. A well designed Buzz spreads faster than traditional promotion mechanism.

2) Mentions: Customers are happy to share their opinion, but brands need to provide some inspiration and a place to share. If provided, hundreds of customers help spread the word within 24 hours of asking for support.

3) Reach: Due to the networked nature of the social web, sharing and amplifying mentions and recommendations allows a much higher reach than traditional advertising. While even the largest media outlets barely crossing the 10 Million mark, Buzz campaigns can reach 100 Million and more.

Businesses can’t just hope the old advertising paradigm comes back and people just buy because the producers say so. Successful businesses know that the customer voice is a key contributor to business growth and more revenue. Agile marketing will need to incorporate the user voice in their go to market strategy and amplify information that helps a new customer to decide.

 

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Social Media Managers Keep Failing

Society3-SM-keep-failingNo question, those who studied the shift in our socioeconomic landscape come all to the same conclusion: Social Media holds a massive change for our society and our businesses. The change will be as profound as the industrial revolution 200 years ago.

Introducing that change to executives who run their business with a huge daily pressure is so overwhelming that it is a very natural behavior to go into denial. You hear “The more things change, the more they stay the same”, “I don’t see an immediate ROI”, “My fellow executives from other companies aren’t using Social Media either”… The reasons to ignore it are most likely equally diverse as the reasons to ignore the development of cities and companies 200 years ago.  My personal prediction is that it may take well another 5 to 10 years for the majority of businesses to recognize the impact of that change and what it means to their business. And the more people warn “If you don’t adopt, you will fall through the cracks”, the less likely business executives will even listen.

Denial is a mechanic of our psyche that sets in when the amount of information or the degree of danger is so large that the brain is not able to comprehend it.  So here is why Social Media Managers keep failing:

1) Thousands of people – like you and me – have gone through a learning curve, comprehending the seismic shift in our business society. But it took us a year or more of learning and thinking to get there. Most who began to recognize the shift are pounding on business leaders to recognize it too and get ready for change.

2) A business executive who is very focused on keeping the company or their division afloat and fighting on all ends for growth and profitability, competing in a taught global economy, has probably less time to even start comprehending the change. And the more people talk about apocalyptic business erosion the more those managers go into denial.

Even though people get hired to ‘manage’ Social Media – to many have zero pull through in their respective organizations and remain to be an alibi function for executives to be able to say “Oh yes, we did invest in social media, we even have a management position and doing it for quite a while. We are totally covered”.

In a recent research we asked 100 companies about their social media engagement and 72% confirmed that they are very active and happy with their results, 21% are exploring social media but will not engage before middle of next year and 17% stated that they don’t see a benefit and therefor have no plans to engage.

Now – checking out the level of engagement of the 72%, is very easy because everything is public and very transparent. We realized that nearly 80% of those 72% have only a very rudimentary presence, very low engagement level with customer and inquires or questions unanswered for weeks. Only a small group has actually recognized the opportunity and developed a highly engaging online presence with apparently very active customers.

The larger part of social media managers apparently work heads down, trying to keep a low profile (and the job) and don’t making any major inroads helping the business to make significant progress in this highly transparent and communicative world. They simply keep failing. We recognized this by seeing an increasing churn in social media positions.

The key reasons for failing are:

  • Lack of a profound social media strategy
  • Lack of comprehensive experience what it means to build a customer engagement
  • Lack of market research skills and reporting
  • Lack of management skills to present a business relevant plan without overwhelming executives with details and technical aspects
  • Lack of skills aligning social media activities with overall business objectives

 

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80% of purchase decisions based on recommendations

Society3-networked-worldSocial Media has changed the way consumer and business manager alike make their purchase decisions. The web has become the most influential resource in figuring out what to buy. Depending on the research, target audience, product or service, the percentage of new purchase decisions based on mentions and recommendations range between 72% to 90%. That is true for both B2B and B2C customers.

It is hard too imagine a manager making a  purchase decision purely based on advertising inputs and conversations with vendors. In the Tech industry estimations are that those purchase decisions are even at nearly 100% based on public mentions, reviews, and recommendations.

A business executive cannot stay put and just hope that their solutions are good enough and be recommended. They have to be proactive and stimulate mentions and recommendations. And in today’s wide open online world it is not too difficult to do so.

Smart executives focus on four business units.

1) Marketing
Marketing being the obvious one. Marketing was always the group that was responsible for sparking demand, responding to market changes and stimulating interest. A marketing department that is able to stimulate mentions and recommendations represent a huge competitive advantage over those who do not.

2) Partner Networks
Distribution channels, including resellers, broker, dealer, alliance partners are highly influential channels directly addressing certain market segments or geographies of a given vendor. Like the general marketing those channels need to be aware of the shifts in purchase behavior and able to address those changes with smart ways to stimulate conversations around their brands

3) Sales Organization
Sales people are typically the most social teams in an organization. However they are not automatically web savvy. Most have been trained over years, even decades to follow specific processes and have the hardest time to bring their sales processes in alignment with the new buying pattern.

4) Customer Experience Management
CX or CEM is a relatively new discipline in most businesses.  However, it has just become a very significant investment when it is coming to mentions and recommendations. Businesses providing a good customer experience are obviously much ahead of their competition that has only mediocre or even bad customer experience.

The ultimate Social Media objective

In today’s extremely competitive world being mentioned and recommended is one of the most important aspects of business success. Companies like Zappos, Star Bucks, Jet Blue, Virgine, SalesForce.com, BMW, SAP, coming from all kinds of industries covering both B2B and B2C, have outperformed their competition mainly due to the fact that their customers are happy and say it across the Internet.

It isn’t “Social Media” per se that makes any difference – but the way Social Media is leveraged in a globally competing world. A rock solid social media strategy is paramount to leverage the web to a degree that it positively affects the bottom line.

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XeeMe’s 2nd Birthday

Happy 2nd Birthday XeeMe

Wow – being under the top 10,000 websites in the US and top 20,000 world wide is a great birthday presence.

A huge    THANK YOU to all XeeMe users for their never ending engagement. What a great community of very special people. It is a great pleasure for all the S3 team to work with you.

History: After a closed beta we acquired the xeeme.com URL and started our public Beta on August 5, 2011. Within 2 years we grew to over 1.5 Million users – that is twice as many as Twitter after 2 years :) Well those were different times.

Great Alexa Ranking and trends go UP :)T

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There are so many contributors end engaged people that I hesitate to mention any the Wall of Fame is only a snapshot in time and a small selection from the 25 most engaged countries.  Thanks to all over 1 Million users driving us to do better, develop further and go where we all together want to go.

T H A N K   Y O U

Axel
http://XeeMe.com/AxelS

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Trust or not to trust?

Society3-ChannelTeamThis post was inspired by a post in Forbes Magazine from friend Louis Columbus, former AMR Research Analyst and a recent CSI Insights report.

I’d like to share a perspective we are working on since several years that just now lead to the development of Buzz and its official announcement next week. Marketing and sales are stuck in deep dilemma of trust. Even if vendor and customer have an excellent relationship, both know that one has to fulfill a quota and the other needs to optimize terms and conditions. Not exactly a perfect playground for limitless trust. And while knowing they need each other, there is this membrane between them just can’t be removed.

On the other side there are almost always enough, often times hundreds or thousands of customers, alliances and business partners who made the decision to work with the respective vendor long time ago. And many are willing to share their experience and be able to fill the gap between the two parties with authentic information. However most brands have the hardest time to get even their most loyal customer to talk. NOT because they don’t want to talk – the customers simply don’t know exactly what to say, what the questions are and where to say it. Stimulating those information exchanges seem to be still one of the bigger challenges. And in the past few years we recognized those challenges time and time again.

Eventually it lead to the development of Buzz. A new platform where brands can ignite some of the above mentions conversation based on what they know are frequently asked question and share the buzz page for their business friends and advocates to work with. All of a sudden sharing the information is just a few seconds adjusting some test or even just a simple click.

Making it extremely easy for customers and partners to speak and that way increasing mentions and reach with authentic clients and partners rather than the a corporate marketing department manufactured “message” can make all the difference in creating trust in an all new way.

Axel
http://XeeMe.com/AxelS

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Happy 10 Years Social Media Anniversary

Syndicated post  - blog post by Axel Schultze, CEO Society 3 Group

My LinkedIn account states: Member since: June 12, 2003
My LinkedIn ID is 8573

2003 – In My 2003 Konstantin Guerke, one of the LinkedIn co-founders asked me to join the network and give some feedback. His primary interest: Get some executives into the network, which so far was primarily consisting of engineers. To be honest, back then I had absolutely no idea what value it provided and where this could go.

2004 -I was searching for a VP Marketing and looking for candidates. Konstantin asked me to try LinkedIn to find what I’m looking for. I did. After some tips and modeling I got a pretty good search model and found the perfect candidate. Kathrine Hayes was VP Marketing, not looking and i

n most of the recruiters databases listed as VP Sales, her previous position. I would have never found here

Society3 Group CEO Axel Schultze 10 Years Social Media, Linkedin

and  neither would our recruiters. We agreed to work together and not only I saved $30,000 recruiting cost, I got a perfect match. That was one of the key events when I realized that social networking would change everything. Not only the way we look for

candidates but the way we sell, market, engage, service, promote, learn – simply every aspect of our business world.

2005 - I started my ow

n blog and was considered one of the first executives blogging. I remember it was a bit of a debate in one of the board meetings as nobody could imagine what a blog is and why one would do that. I didn’t care. More so I tried to incorporate social media and social tec


2006
 – Social networking was growing very fast within those early adopters and it proved helpful once one kind of understood how to use it to maintain existing contacts, develop new connections, get business introductions and even generate new leads. We all developed different techniques and had different opinion. And we all knew, that this is going to make a huge difference to sales and marketing. Yet we realized that most executives are still far away from recognizing the potential and the impact that social media already has on their businesses.hnology into our products. It was pretty clear to me that social technologies are the future life blood of any business application. Little did I know that it will still take years to get there.

2007 – I heard about Twitter and the opinion that this is dumb and a total wast of time. In early 2007 I tried it out and agreed. This was really stupid. There was no way to form a meaningful sentence with 140 characters, let a lone a message for the public. But when I read in Wired Magazine that being forced to cram your thoughts into 140 characters and as a result we all will be less wordy, I looked at it again and signed up with a new account in June. I was surprised that the network has grown from roughly 50,000 just a few month ago to some hundred thousand users. I made new friends and began to really like it.

2008 – With the presidential campaign here in the US being massively using social media, many business executives woke up and were looking to explore its potential for their respective companies. A few business friends of mine, mostly CEOs from other Silicon Valley companies asked me to share my thoughts and experience about social media or just hired my as a consultant helping them develop a social media strategy. I have never been a consultant and didn’t really want to become one – but that was a lot of fun. The biggest problem was that nobody within those companies actually understood what I’m talking about.  I decided to provide executive level training to help managers not only make sense of Social Media but being able to create a strategy, create initiatives, define resource and budget plans and everything a corporate executive needs to make a decision. And of 2008 we started the Social Media Academy.

2009 – I continued to consult a few large enterprises to develop their social media engagement. What we did however was very different from what most social media agencies suggested. We did not run any fancy Facebook campaigns or moved the old coupon business to the new media. Instead we developed customer engagement strategies where parts of the sales teams or parts of the service teams strategically engaged with customers or even with customers of the company’s competitors. We couldn’t hope for more success. By now some executives realized that social media was no longer “just another arrow in the marketing quiver” it was a business strategy that focused on “Customer Experience Improvement”, “Near Real Time Market Research”, or “Online Reference Selling” and other similar business topics with either an objective to cut cost, create a competitive advantage or expand on certain markets. But the number of businesses who understood to benefit from those advantages is microscopic small.

2010 – One of the challenges we were facing by engaging with a large number of contacts was the lack of capabilities to get quickly and proactively to those accounts. Keeping them in a spreadsheet was not an option. And so we built an application on top of XeeMe a tool that we created for internal use. To us and our clients, 2010 was the year where social selling made some major turns. We were engaging with clients using this new tool we called “Flights!”. While still in an infant stage, we came to realization that sales people are the most social  beings in any business and giving them tools to engage online in addition to phone, email and face to face will make a significant difference in the future. The downside of the new social selling possibilities is that sales teams will want to re-structure their sales strategy, become socially engaged in a much grander way, which in turn requires to restructure sales processes and eventually the commission structure. We knew this will be a long, long way to go. Rather than exhausting us with a decade long evangelizing battle we decided to help one company at a time – whenever they are ready to make a change.

2011 – This year the first partner channel organization thought about using social media to improve partner relationships, drive more partner engagement and help partners engage with their clients more than in the past. In particular in the tech space, VARs, Resellers, System Integrator are not exactly marketing machines. But they keep relationships with their existing clients. And the social web will not change this. But partner channels have a huge influence in the market and can be engaged perfectly to amplify a brand message. Also partners can leverage the social web to get grander exposure for their competencies and technical skills and capabilities. We are seeing the fist vendors including SAP to make a big step forward.

2012 – No question, businesses are moving fast now to leverage social media in their ongoing quest to create a competitive advantage and widen their gap to the competition. But the number of businesses doing so successfully remains to be small. Unlike any previous technology inception where a few leaders started and the followers came in with a year or two delay, the social media adoption is a slow process. Mainly because it is NOT a technology but a mind set and a way of doing business. Main topics remain to be “Customer Experience Improvements”, “”Widen Market Reach”, Improve Channel Partner Engagement” and so forth. Initiatives in those areas make the successful companies even more successful and the struggling companies remain struggling and focus on their business survival instead of customer happiness. In 2012 it was clearer than ever before: ignoring customer engagement opportunities will bring struggling businesses even further in trouble.

At the same time we were experimenting more and more with large scale social media buzz marketing. The largest initiative was for the annual tech conference of the European Commission, where we created a buzz campaign wit nearly 100 Million in reach.

2013 – We decided to focus our future business on the B2B space in here on three areas: High Impact Marketing, Customer Experience Management, Partner & Alliance Management. The launch of our Buzz product is a major milestone and goes hand in hand with the new Buzz Master Training.

Today the gap between online savvy and online illiteracy has widened to a frighting level. When I work with European customers I see the same behavior we saw her in the US in 2007 / 2008  - that means a six year gap between the US and Europe. Australia on the other hand is so close to the US it almost feels they are even a bit further developed in using the social web than in many regions in the US.

“It’s an age thing” – I hear this over and over again. Well – there is a correlation between age and online savvy but it isn’t the age – it is the inability to learn new things and evolve. We had people in its late 60′s in our classes delivering excellent results and others in their early 40′s just couldn’t let go what they learned and were almost incapable to adopt the new behavior.

Well – there is so much more to talk about but, I want to keep it at a Blog level – not a book :)

At this point I want to thank all the wonderful people who I met and made friends with in those extremely exciting 10 years. I’d love to list them all but since you will find them on my friends list on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn – I think it is much easier. THANK YOU my friends.

Axel
http://XeeMe.com/AxelS

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