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CNN Money Tesla Model S gets Consumer Reports' recommendation
By Peter Valdes-Dapena November 5, 2013:
NEW YORK (CNNMoney)
In May, Consumer Reports called the Tesla Model S the best car it had ever tested, but it still wouldn't recommend it.
That was because the magazine hadn't yet gathered enough reliability data on the still-new model. Well now the survey data is in, and Consumer Reports has officially given the Tesla (TSLA) Model S the sought-after red checkmark. The Model S earned a score of 99 out of a possible 100 in the magazine's performance tests, which ties for the highest score any car has ever received.
The Model S has already won awards from car magazines like Motor Trend and Automobile, but Consumer Reports is widely regarded as being the most influential magazine among car shoppers. Consumer Reports, published by nonprofit Consumer's Union, purchases all the cars it tests and does not accept paid ads.
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According to a recent survey conducted by Socialbakers, of the four of the biggest social networks Facebooktrumps Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube. But there are reasons besides population size that make Facebook an exciting place for advertisers
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