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2014 State of Digital Marketing Infographic

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Well, it’s that time of year again… when you get 2013 summaries and 2014 projections. Here’s a good infographic from Webmarketing on what marketers said would be their top digital goals and challenges in the new year. You can also download the full report. 2014 State of Digital Marketing – An infographic by the team at Webmarketing123. Related articles.

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When did social media lose its way? [Infographic]

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In conjunction with the launch of its new Social Inbox tool, Hubspot released an infographic on how companies have lost their way in terms of using social media for marketing and promotion, and also suggest what it might mean to get back on course. Infographics HubSpot infographic Internet marketing marketers Social Inbox social media marketing

Infographic of the Week: 22 Ways to Create Compelling Content #infographic

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Copyblogger gives us a few ways to get over the content creation challenge that many of us feel (all too well!). Thanks guys, we all needed that! content production Infographics content creation content marketing

Twitter, Facebook and Blogging Training Sessions

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I’ll be holding several 101 and 102 training sessions throughout the summer through the TEDCenter at Syracuse University. The topics we’ll hit are:   Twitter. Facebook. Blogging. Hope you’ll join! Also, please keep in mind that we hold virtual training sessions for individuals and groups via Google+ Hangouts or Skype. TWITTER 101: Twitter Language, Etiquette and Rules. Maximizing your profile. Putting together your content plan: what, when, how and why. How and why to connect with others. Staffing and resources. Case studies. TWITTER 102. How to grow your audience.

150 Content Marketing Tips

Drive traffic—and leads—with these tips for SEO, social media, content optimization, email marketing, and more.

Google+ Hangouts: The Future of Live Broadcasting [Event Summary] #SMWNYC #SMWGoogle

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We’re here at Social Media Week 2014 in NYC! Panel Description: . You may have used Google+ Hangouts to connect with friends online, but did you know that you can broadcast Hangouts to a live global audience, record them to YouTube to broadcast later, and even develop apps to run within Hangouts? Google has been working to make Hangouts a 21st-century broadcast platform that anyone can use to live stream conversations to the world. And some of the most innovative organizations on the web are redefining the future of live broadcasting on Hangouts. What they want for the future?

Dennis Crowley discusses foursquare and social

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Dennis Crowley was interviewed while visiting Syracuse University in early November and chats about what’s happening at foursquare, some of the trends he’s seen in location-based services, and where social might be going. From the Field Interviews News Social Media Dennis Crowley foursquare SXSW

Infographic of the Week: How Internet Users Spend Their Time Online

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Did you know internet users around the globe – 30% of the world’s population (PS that’s 2,095,006,005 people!) – visit Google more than any other website, but spend most of their time on Facebook? An infographic from Go-Gulf (via Ragan ) displays more really interesting stats about worldwide internet use. Social networking is the most popular activity online.

How to make your visual content beautiful (and not just for Pinterest) #infographic

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We came across this fantastic infographic from the Curalate blog  that discusses how brand can drive engagement using visual content and images – “marketing without words” if you will. While the infographic focused solely on a data set from Pinterest, many of these observations can be (directionally) applied to other social platforms as well. In particular: Lightness of your photograph. Ever notice your eyes scan over dimly photos on Facebook? Aspect ration, especially on platforms where the image is constrained by certain, pre-determined fields.

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Content Marketing 2016: Staffing, Measurement, and Effectiveness

We surveyed 2016's content marketing leaders on their biggest issues, hurdles, and goals.

Using RebelMouse to enhance your live events

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As part of Syracuse University’s 2013 Commencement ceremonies, we used a great tool called RebelMouse to curate social content and present it to our larger, global audience. We even got Rebel of the Week ! The Tool: Allows for curation of user-generated social content from across a variety of platforms, using a variety of functions (hashtags, search terms, etc). Related articles. Rebel Mouse.

Infographic of the Week: Unique US Audience Composition Index to Social Networks and Blogs [INFOGRAPHIC]

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For this week we looked at the statistics behind what demographics are using and viewing social media and blogs. According to Neilsen a quarter of the time we spend on the internet is on blogs or other kinds of social media. 40% of these people using social media are accessing it through their cell phones. Check out the infographic to learn more!

Bernie Fine, Communications, and PR Crisis Management

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In case you hadn’t heard, we’ve been dealing with a… well…little PR issue at Syracuse University. Yes, our Assistant Basketball coach was accused of child molestation – what every single campus across the country – including ours – was breathing a sigh of relief that we didn’t have to deal with in the wake of Penn State. You should definitely read it.

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Infographic of the Week: The NEW Marketing Trifecta [INFOGRAPHIC]

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For this week’s infographic by Flowtown, we take a look at the digital space of marketing. Check out how companies are utilizing Mobile Devices, Social Media, and Email to promote themselves. Infographics social media infographic infographic of the week Marketing

Study: How Much of Your Content Marketing Is Effective?

745 marketers told us how effective their content marketing is. Between November 5 and November 17, we surveyed 601 marketers with an 18-question online survey. A few weeks later, Adweek sent the questionnaire to 144 additional marketers. As the survey was answered by nearly our entire population target, the calculated margin of error was approximately 1 percent. Here's what we learned.

Pinterest for Business – A non-profit example

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Syracuse University was highlighted in the new Pinterest for Business: How to Pin Your Company to the Top of the Hottest Social Media Network book that came out last month as one of the highlighted non-profit examples. The excerpt is as follows: “…The idea of creating a brand for your non-profit is not against the mission of your company.

10 Interesting Content Ideas for You

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Creating social content requires skill, but like any skill it can be refined with some practice and tips. This month HubSpot came out with a great report on 100 Community Manager Content Ideas. We thought we’d pull a few good ones out for you, below. Do A survey with Survey Monkey Among your community members and create an infographic based on the results. Relate your how?to Related articles.

A whole bunch of juicy social media stats [Infographic]

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Top three countries on Twitter? US, Japan and Brazil. Percent of Fortune 500 companies on Google+? Three most important reasons why companies use social media? Visibility, connecting with customers and self-promotion. Many more stats where that came from! Source:  University Of Florida Online MSM.  Social media image  via Shutterstock.). Infographics Statistics Google infographic Social Media Social media in business social media marketing statistics Twitter

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[Infographic] The History of Social Media

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Thanks to Alltop and InspiredMag for this goodie! Infographics social media history of social media infographic

Content Methodology: A Best Practices Report

If you're concerned that your organization's content marketing isn't as effective as it could be, this report is for you.

Infographic of the Week: Recent Over-the-Top Valuations Explored [INFOGRAPHIC]

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This week we take a look at how much the top social media sites are valued at. Could this be the start of another tech bubble? While we’re waiting for their IPOs…we might as well see where they fall among the competition. Infographics infographic of the week Valuations

Infographic of the Week: 12 things to do after you write a new blog post

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There’s still work to do after you get the writing done on a new blog post. Afterall, you want to get this in the hands of as many people as possible, right? Divvy HQ (by way of Ragan Communications ) provide us with a quick checklist of to-dos to get through before publishing blog posts. Content Production Infographics blogging infographic SEO writing

Infographic of the Week: How marketers are using social media to promote their businesses

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Social Media Examiner released their annual Social Media Marketing Industry Report earlier this year, and Patricia Redsicker created a nice infographic to illustrate the results. Infographics Social Media Patricia Redsicker Social Media Examiner Social Media Industry Report 2012

A Day in the Life of Twitter #infographic

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The most commonly shared links contain images, according to a recent study. You’ll never guess the most common source for articles shared on the popular site. Thanks to Diffbot and  Ragan , who posted this cool infographic, we now know… Infographics Twitter day in the life diffbot statistics

Staffing and Launching Your Content Marketing Program

Brand voice? Editorial calendar? Approval workflow? Learn how to craft the crucial parts of a content marketing program. In the third installment of our five-part playbook series, discover the necessary steps to execute a content marketing program.

Your Outposts: Going from centralized to a “decentralized federation”

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The other day I read a good post in AdAge (written by Michael Scissons) on some really important insights that he and his firm found after digging deep into Facebook data. One of those insights in particular struck me: Local pages drive 36% better results. “…the data shows that local Facebook pages perform 36% better than global ones. with a solid strategy of course!].

Infographic of the Week: Word of Mouth Marketing Offline and Online

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We don’t realize how truly important word-of-mouth marketing is, but it is one of the most effective ways promote your company. potential consumer is much more likely to utilize your services if they are referred to you by a friend. Check out how word-of-mouth marketing relates to social media in our infographic of the week by the Word -Of-Mouth Marketing Association!

Multimedia Storytelling – Crafting Authentic, Compelling Narratives #eduweb12 #highered

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Discussion on multimedia use from Renee Basick , Director of Multimedia Initiatives at University of Chicago. This session, part of eduWeb 2012, examined trends in online consumption of multimedia, tools available for creating it, and how to choose the correct format to tell the story. PHOTOGRAPHY. Use slideshows when you can identify a strong narrative arc. Capture critical moments. VIDEO.

The Importance of Making Your Content Rule: Chatting with @cc_chapman #highered

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We were able to listen to CC Chapman today speak about content production and making completely awesome content for your audience. CC is a best selling author and award winning marketing expert. Guaranteed to leave your audience educated, entertained and inspired! Here are some of the talking points he gave us. Creating content is easy. Creating ENGAGING content is harder. Why a new Facebook Page?

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2016 Email Marketing Metrics Benchmark Study

To build a world-class marketing program, it's crucial to compare yourself to the best performers - but competitor data can be scarce.

The Psychology of Social Networking: Talking about ourselves and loving it #infographic

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The folks over at Dreamgrow pointed this one out. Did you know 1 of every 5 minutes spent online is on a social network? And did you know that 80% of the posts are usually about the poster? Take a look below for more stats. Infographics Statistics infographic psychology Social Media social media statistics social networking

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Wrap Up: Social Media Breakfast Syracuse 6 on geo-targeting #SMBSyr

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A summary of our Social Media Breakfast Syracuse discussion for June. From the Field destinyusa geo-targetting sara wallace smbsyr Social Media social media breakfast syracuse

Some more thoughts on Gary Vanerchuck’s “there’s no such thing as social media”

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I took a few minutes to layout initial thoughts to @ garyvee’s suggestion that there’s no such thing as social media, and that social media was the same thing as the internet. Minor technicality, I'll let it slide.]. Yes, social media has gotten to be a very broad word, maybe too big for it’s britches, and applied to a lot of different things. It’s about whole vs part.

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Infographic of the Week: Instagram Nation

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If you haven’t heard of Instagram by now well… I don’t know what to say. It just got acquired by Facebook for $1b, as of last month it had a billion photos taken, and is well on track to clocking 100m users pretty soon. So how’d it get so popular? Online Colleges  (via Mashable ) shares with us some insightful information to that end… Related articles.

Content Marketing Playbook: Strategy and Roadmap

Every brand’s content roadmap is different; each path to success is unique to that brand’s story, perspective, assets, and goals. But there is an overarching approach that’s proven to work—one we’ve refined after helping hundreds of brands reach their content marketing goals and after speaking with some of the brightest minds in the industry.

Tumblr CEO David Karp talks about innovation on the web [#IUNY13]

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Fast Company Editor Robert Safian sits down with Tumblr’s CEO, David Karp, for a wide-ranging exploration of what it means to innovate on the web and in the social sphere today. Part of Fast Company’s Innovation Uncensored 2013 , 23-24 April in NYC. Not word-for-word). Safian: The theme of today is lessons of the most innovative companies. Our investors, absolutely. And ad platform?