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B2B Blogging Trends for 2011

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Blogging is often viewed as the core component of a B2B social media marketing strategy, and other than discussion forums, it’s the most mature component of social media. Facebook, Twitter and even newer tools like Quora may be sexier and get more attention, but blogs are the workhorses essential to making social media marketing work. So what’s next for B2B blogging?

“Curation” gets six tweets per hour…right now!

Marketing to Business Executives Blog

Marketing to Business Executives Blog From Insight to Action in B2B Home About Home > Buyer behavior , Content curation , Content marketing , Customer knowledge , Thought leadership > “Curation&# gets six tweets per hour…right now! Marketing to Business Executives 03/21/2011 at 6:41 pm | #2 Reply | Quote Yes…thank you! I’ve corrected it to Aggregage.

B2B battleground for content curation « Marketing to Business.

Marketing to Business Executives Blog

Aggregage ) vendors are coming on the market with B2B as their primary focus.  The B2B marketer, like, publishers, need search and filtering that yields a quality collection of items (blog posts, articles, tweets) from which the curator can work efficiently.  And new (e.g., HiveFire ,  CIThread ) or re-branded (e.g., What will it take to succeed?  These need curation too. 

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