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Traditional viral marketing problems aim at selecting a subset of seed users for one single product to maximize its awareness in social networks. However, in real scenarios, multiple products can be promoted in social networks at the same time. At the product level, the relationships among these products can be quite intertwined, e.g., competing, complementary and independent. In this paper, we will study the "interTwined Influence Maximization" (i.e., TIM) problem for one product that wearXiv:1607.00542v1 fatcat:snwjsjfanfdqvkdrpsdrocvf3a