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FEBRUARY 8, 2011 B2B Blogging Trends for 2011
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. There’s much more. Digg this!
| | THE POINT
FEBRUARY 8, 2011 Report: B2B Blogging Trends in 2011
The 42-page white paper includes insights from industry thought leaders such as Ardath Albee, Jay Baer, Kristin Zhivago, as well as yours truly (see Page 13). 2011 may be the year when B2B companies finally realize blogs are more than just a PR vehicle for propagating so-called thought leadership. Reproduced with permission from B2B Blogging Trends in 2011 , © 2011 Aggregage.
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| | TRADESMEN INSIGHTS
FEBRUARY 9, 2011 2011 Trends for B-to-B Blogging
To that point, there’s a new white paper out authored by Tony Karrer and Tom Pick that asks industry leaders (and mine) their thoughts. 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. So what’s next for B2B blogging? There’s much more.
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