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State health exchange spends $446,800 on social media [Links Roundup]

Also: Columbia's Message Systems releases a new cloud-based email service.

The state is paying a contractor to lead social media outreach for Maryland Health Connection. Open enrollment for 2015 is now available. (Via Twitter)

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Message Systems offers new email product [The Daily Record]: “Message Systems, of Columbia, a provider of email infrastructure software, on Wednesday introduced SparkPost, a high-performance public cloud email service.”
The Maryland health exchange is spending $446,800 on social media. Here’s what that pays for [Baltimore Business Journal]: “A $446,800 social media contract with the exchange’s marketing contractor, Weber Shandwick, will focus on publishing lots of content — in English and Spanish — that helps residents understand their insurance options and create an online community of happy enrollees.”
Maryland manufacturers join federal facility partnerships [MDBIZ News]: “Two Maryland companies are tapping new 3D manufacturing resources by partnering with local federal facilities.”

Companies: Maryland Health Connection / Message Systems
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