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Buzz Marketing for Technology
SEPTEMBER 30, 2008
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Why are America’s fastest-growing companies killing their blogs?
grow - Practical Marketing Solutions
JANUARY 29, 2012
Blogging had been steadily climbing as a corporate communications tool — 19% of the INC 500 blogged in 2007, 39% in 2008, 45% in 2009, 50% in 2010 and just 37% last year. I have a theory that would conclude “no,” but before I explain my rational, let’s look at a few more interesting trends from this study: Facebook and LinkedIn lead the way.
Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
JANUARY 17, 2011
Facebook is the world’s most visited social media brand with 54% of the worlds internet population visiting the brand. More than 700,000 local businesses have active Pages on Facebook. Facebook, Twitter Growing As Video Referral Sources by MediaPost Online Media Daily. Are Twitter Followers Better Than Facebook Fans? Facebook reaches 57% of the U.S. Adam T.
The State of the Blogosphere 2010
DECEMBER 13, 2010
On Facebook this month, the average user created 90 pieces of content and contributed to the more than 30 billion pieces of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photo albums, etc.) Even with RSS, bloggers take to Twitter and Facebook to help create bridges between social and interest graphs to related content. If drinking from the glass, it is then half empty.
Twitter Blurs the Line: Sorting Out Branding, Adv/PR and Marketing Opportunities
B2B Marketing Savvy
AUGUST 25, 2009
Still, content… management… and metrics drive the accountability and Twitter, Facebook and the like can be no different. An August 2009 study was just released which categorized a sample of 2000 tweets as falling into the following categories: News, Self-Promotion, Spam, Conversational, Pass-Along Value, and Pointless Babble. If you like the read, please subscribe to my RSS feed.