The social experiment: How to create an effective social selling strategy

As social media continues to change the way we buy, it’s time to take a look at exactly how the beauty industry can become part of the social shopping revolution, writes Alistair Fitch, co-founder & Managing Director at digital creative agency Digital Natives

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