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JANUARY 17, 2011 Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
the sources below provide a vast wealth of data, statistics and research results, as well as a bit of interesting social media trivia. Discover the answers to all of these questions and more here in more than 40 of the best resources for social media and marketing stats, facts and research of the past year. More than 700,000 local businesses have active Pages on Facebook.
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JUNE 16, 2011 Research shows Facebook emotional boost is like marriage
The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project decided to examine these questions in a survey that explored people’s overall social networks and how use of these technologies is related to trust, tolerance, social support, and community and political engagement. always enjoy reading these reports because Pew is one of the few reliably valid sources of research out there!
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SEPTEMBER 21, 2010 The Science of Getting ReTweeted
Here is scientific proof to prove these claims… I recently came across this scientific research report called the ‘Science of ReTweets’ by Dan Zarrella , an award-winning social, search, and viral marketing scientist. The report was published in 2009 based on the data collected by Dan over the course of 9 months, beginning in December of 2008. Don’t believe?
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DECEMBER 13, 2010 The State of the Blogosphere 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.
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HUBSPOT How to Tackle Real-Life Social Media Customer Service Obstacles
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reveals that 46% of customers want to solve a problem when they're engaging with a brand on social media , and 39% are looking to give feedback about a product or service. ASOS also has a similar division set up on Facebook
, with one page dedicated to customer service, and the other to marketing messaging. As such, they will likely post complaints on your Facebook
page or tweet their problems at you from time to time. great example of a well run, scalable social customer service program is Best Buy's Twelpforce, launched in 2008
. think not. MORE >>
- Can Industrial and B2B Marketers Learn Creative Problem Solving.
They built scale models and chose fabric samples
. Opportunity Development: Research
, understand and distill the relevant industry-specific information, key issues and business needs in order to educate the company, especially the sales force, on the specific business requirements of a given market. Home Marketing Matters About Contact B2B Marketing Store Company Website Can Industrial and B2B Marketers Learn Creative Problem Solving from Fifth Graders? That’s great, if you are a natural born consultant but for the rest of us, we have to learn and master these skills. Resources MORE >>
INSIGHTIQ BLOG Online Analytics in Action: Footprints in the dark
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2010
Home Six Dimensions Services Blog Insight Clients About Search InsightIQ Blog Suggest a Blog Topic RSS/Blog Twitter Facebook
Partners News Contact Careers Newsletter InsightIQ Blog Stay informed by reading current blog entries from our Quaero experts. study by Jupiter Research
shows that “Across the 4 search engines – Google, Yahoo!, figured that a couple of sampling
laps around the food court would give me the guidance needed to make a decision. Showing blogs: 1 – 25 of 256 Playing the Customer Card Jan 3 2011 OK, I admit it. played the Customer Card. The iPad. MORE >>
MARKETING EDGE Breaking Through Same Old Health Care Marketing
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Who knew that all we needed was a urine cup and syringe mascots with Facebook
pages to get people to use the online services of HealthPartners? Creating two characters, a urine sample
cup named Petey and a syringe named Pokey, allowed HealthPartners a wide range of creative messaging tactics. For starters, a Petey and Pokey website and since each character has their own identity Facebook
pages for Petey and Pokey you've got to see his favorite songs, he's a Clapton fan, how can you not like him? Time 17:44. Some messages are serious matters of life and death. MORE >>
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