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Rick Short Explains How to Turn Staff Into Prolific Bloggers

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Website Grader Badge Connect with Us HubSpot on Facebook HubSpot on Twitter InboundMarketers LinkedIn Group ProMarketers Facebook Group Subscribe to Blog RSS Want to share your Inbound Marketing advice with the community? posted on Monday, June 29, 2009 at 10:02 AM by Jack Leblond Jack - thanks for the comment. Submit guest post ideas to rburnes[at]hubspot[dot]com.

Why Your Small Business Needs to Measure Its Return on Social Media Investments

Content Marketing Today

By contrast, within just a few years, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter now represent the concept of social media marketing for small organizations–even if they’re not very sure whether and how to use either one of them. Naturally, she wonders how much time she should devote to her website, a blog, and now Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. It must reduce costs.

Social Media: Not Just for Kids – Arm Yourself for the C-Suite Discussion

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Other Twitter Topics:     The Graying of Facebook      Multiple Account Layering Strategy       More Analytics       Email The Scoopdog Team. Facebook:  300 million active users, 122 million visits/day. LinkedIn:  43 million members; 13 million daily avg visits. YouTube Channel:  400+ videos posted •LinkedIn: Yes. Twitter accounts: yes •LinkedIn: Yes. Welcome!

Revisiting PR Firms and Social Media

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Regardless of which camp you belong to, the discussion resulted in the creation ing of a wiki to allow PR firms to proactively update their profiles. 47 firms had a Facebook presence, while 38 had LinkedIn. technorati tags: PR PR Agency PR Firm Public Relations Social Media Twitter Blog Facebook LinkedIn. tags: PR PR Agency PR Firm Public Relations Social Media Twitter Blog Facebook LinkedIn. icerocket tags: PR PR Agency PR Firm Public Relations Social Media Twitter Blog Facebook LinkedIn.  . Overall, here is the breakdown:  .

Three steps for B2B marketers to build a personal social media presence

Chris Koch

To me, it’s the missing link between monitoring blogs and connecting with people through social networking sites like LinkedIn and Facebook. I’d like to be able to connect with more B2B colleagues through LinkedIn and Facebook, but sending invites to people who I only know through their blog posts or their professional credentials seems incredibly presumptuous. I won’t do it. Transfer Twitter relationships to LinkedIn and Facebook. There are all sorts of opinions about whether LinkedIn or Facebook is better for business contacts. Monitor.

The 4 C's of Social Media

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Flickr or YouTube ), a wiki, a forum, a Squidoo lens, wherever. These can take the form of interaction on a social sharing site like Searchles , blog comments, Twitter replies, LinkedIn messages, writing on a Facebook wall, or other means of online dialog. There are many definitions of social media floating about of course, they just aren't consistent. Social Tagging

Alterian Pushes Into Social Media Management with Techrigy Acquisition

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This isn’t about making it easy to react to comments on Twitter , add friends on Facebook , or research prospects on LinkedIn , which is how most marketing automation vendors are approaching social media. Sources include blogs, social networks (publicly-accessible sections of Facebook, MySpace , etc.), message boards/forums (such as LinkedIn discussions), wikis (such as Wikipedia ), video and photo sharing sites ( Flickr , YouTube ), and some mainstream media blogs ( The New York Times , Wall Street Journa l). Others are sure to follow. Sparingly.

Strategic Guy: Three Phases of Social Media Maturation

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skip to main | skip to sidebar Strategic Guy Timely views and best practices in the world of technology public relations Sunday, April 12, 2009 Three Phases of Social Media Maturation At Strategic Communications Group (Strategic) weve been through the cycle. LinkedIn profiles are updated. April 13, 2009 12:55 PM Axel Schultze said. April 15, 2009 6:56 AM Everett Reiss said.

Associations Social Media Opportunity

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When I visited this morning, I saw that they also had a LinkedIn group, so I joined that as well.  Her post is a really great resource.  I would immediately add to her list to visit the Association Social Media Wiki to find great case studies that you can help to use as examples. Three Social Media Questions Associations Should Consider in 2009. Jason Samuels Talks Facebook for Associations. This is a great way to get a better handle on who was in the group.  The second person who’s profile I looked at was Deirdre Reid.  Set up Google alerts. Make your plan.

Best of 2008: Social Media Optimization, Part 1

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Everybody uses Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, but which niche social media sites are worth investigating? Why is online reputation management so important? How can you maximize your results through social bookmarking sites like Digg? How does social media relate to SEO? Why Reputation Management is Critical , Debra Mastaler states, "Online, reputation is everything. Social Tagging

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High Points on the Social Media Landscape

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Site Alexa Rank (March 2009) Compete Traffic (February 2009) Compete 1-Year Traffic Change Google Pagerank Digg 243 33,433,760 +51.2 8 Reddit 3,777 4,908,990 +114.6% 8 StumbleUpon 832 4,418,609 +38.6% 8 Delicious 2,735 1,623,083 +2,176.8% 8 Propeller 3,340 1,164,549 -12.1% 8 Mixx 589 879,108 +341.2% 8 Furl 19,326 164,949 +10.7% 7 Searchles 39,385 67,406 +25.7% 5 Blog Tracking Sites where you can promote a blog, search blogs for specific topics, evaluate the popularity of various blogs and track selected blogs. Knol may lack Wikipedia's cachet, but it's a much friendlier place.

Get the Most Out of Twitter Hashtags

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The Social Media MBA: Part 3: Social Media Landscape

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As I write this blog post, I am wrapping up another term of teaching two Social Media MBA courses:  Social Media Marketing and Social Media Marketing Strategy. I am reminded why I love teaching social media while viewing students final papers, wiki projects, and blog projects. Social media is not confined to Facebook and Twitter. These are the emails every instructor loves to read!

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The Social Media MBA: Part 2: How Social Media is Introduced in Universities

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Considering most students are already using such platforms as Facebook and YouTube , it only makes sense to utilize these tools for education. Students are using social media to view supplemental information pertaining to their courses via blogs, wikis, forums, YouTube and more. For example, I have a Facebook group for my present and past students. Networking 2. Researching 3.

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Best Email Marketing Tips, Tactics and Metrics of 2010

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In addition, we can say whatever we want in an e-mail and not get interrupted by someone else’s point of view,&# and suggests using other communications methods such as instant messaging, phone calls, live meetings, web conferences, blogs and wikis in situations where those tools are really more appropriate and effective. 2009 Email Marketing Metrics Benchmark Study by XDXY eMarketing Tips.

Social Media as a Catalyst for Social Change

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It has been said that the revolution started with one Facebook post sent late in the evening of January 14, 2011. Through Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and the world watched as history unfolded in real-time. Until recently, social media was a political taboo – the regime of former president Zine el-Abidine blocked sites and platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Research shows fastest-growing businesses pile on to the social web

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And in 2009, it was 45 percent versus 22 percent fo the Big Boys.  . This was a new question for 2009 and the first time I have seen this kind of data. 500 is using at least one social media tool in 2009 (up from 77 percent in 2008). . 500 is social networking with 75 percent of respondents in 2009 claiming to be “very familiar with it” (compared to 57 percent in 2008).

Top 60 B2B Marketing Posts and Hottest Topics November 2010

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Social Media in B2B Marketing - Survey Results - Everything Technology Marketing , November 16, 2010 The B2B Technology Marketing Community on LinkedIn conducted a survey earlier this year to explore the rapidly changing landscape of social media in the context of B2B marketing. Facebook Insights. Reasons B2B Companies Should Use Linkedin Company Pages, Plus 4 Examples and 4 Tips to Get Started - Modern B2B Marketing , November 3, 2010 Have you seen the changes to the LinkedIn Company Pages?  com , wiki. The psychology of Facebook. Facebook (155).

Social Media Book Review : The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web by Tamar Weinberg

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Following up on my “ Top 15 Social Media Books of 2009 ” blog post as well as my recent review of “ A Survival Guide to Social Media and Web 2.0 Optimization by Deltina Hay ,” I want to cover another book which I thought was one of the best social media-related books of 2009: “ The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web ” by Tamar Weinberg. From there the conversation turns to reviewing the standard blogging, Twitter , and social networking sites Facebook , MySpace and LinkedIn. The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web Summary. Conclusion.