The coffee company's Facebook page will look more different than many other corporate sites given the almost 180,000 people (and nearly 30 million fans) talking about the company on Facebook. Mixed in between posts mentioning the company by a viewer's own Facebook friends, you'll find deals, a healthy dose of community service, and direct feedback for upset customers. It's also easy for users to manage their Starbucks card or send e-gifts to friends.
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They are not only visionary, they're scary smart.