Every product doesn’t need a year in review

Companies want as many touches with their customers as possible and to be perceived as providing as much value as possible. Still, not everything makes sense for every company and product.

The year in review for social and music products has become the norm and is well received. Getting a snapshot of your year in pics, posts, and listens is a tidy digital journal. It is fun to think about…

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