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Rick Short Explains How to Turn Staff Into Prolific Bloggers

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Subscribe to our RSS Feed Subscribe via Email Your email: Learn Inbound Marketing Inbound Marketing Software Learn how HubSpot can help turn your business into an inbound marketing machine. Posted by Magdalena Georgieva on Mon, Jun 29, 2009 @ 07:40 AM COMMENTS Been searching for an answer.everyone (nearly) agrees that blogs are a great way to bring eyes to your pages. Wrong. Move on.

how to use social media - lessons from ama digital conference

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Just as a sidenote, I thought ironic the fact that for a “digital marketing conference&# that focused on social media (blogs, wikis, twitter, facebook, etc.) the AMA Tampa Bay chapter didn’t have a blog, a wiki, or a discussion forum on their website where attendees could continue the conversation. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0

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

Chris Koch

Pick an RSS tool. One of the best ways to start is with RSS. There are a million tools out there for doing this, and you can integrate RSS feeds into your browser but I find that cluttered and distracting. I use SharpReader, which is free and open source and lets you scroll through headlines without having to read individual items, which saves a lot of time. Now, I have to admit that I’m not a diligent RSS follower. Transfer Twitter relationships to LinkedIn and Facebook. Facebook is quickly crossing over to business from its beginnings as a personal network.

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. billion entries.

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. Cisco: •Twitter:  CTO has ~1 million followers; multiple other accounts •Facebook:  Fan page + Group opportunities •Blogging: twelve corporate blogs. Wikis: developerWorks.