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October 2008
Hospitality Upgrade;Autumn2008, p154
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The article presents guests responses regarding their social networking profile and review for customer comment sites. Sanjay Mohindra of Indiana states that he has friendster account and wants to become part at LinkedIn for professional networking. Sandy Bresnan of California reveals that she does not have any interest in sharing her personal information on Web sites. Martin Dussault of Canada cites that he does not maintain any account in social networking site.


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