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How I Use Social Media in My Job: Part 3 - Social Networking Sites

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 .  . This is the third post in a 6 part series on how I use social media for my day-to-day job.  . Instead of trying to reach all audiences, I view social media as another communications avenue to expand the reach of my company to key B2B marketing audiences and customers.  . Other posts in the series: How I Use Social Media in My Job: Part 1 – Microblogging. Conclusion.

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You Should Be in Pictures; Tips for Integrating Visual Content into the Marketing Mix

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There’s been much buzz recently about the use of images in social media marketing.  We love images because they offer a nice diversion in a busy social media environment, and, let’s face it; viewing can be more fun than reading.   Magdalena Georgieva of HubSpot guest posted a great article about the Rise of Visual Storytelling in Marketing on Pro Blogger.  Brains or beauty?

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Check Your Copyright Date - Nothing signals out-of-date faster than scrolling down a home page and seeing Copyright 2002, when it is 2011. Instead, set a calendar reminder for yourself at the beginning of each year to go in and update the copyright date. 2. Update Your Press Section - The news or press section of your website isn’t only used by members of the media.

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Class: Social Media and Building Community (GF201) Professor: Chris Brogan, New Marketing Labs Chris Brogan’s presentation was more of a theoretical overview of community building than tools for doing that. Set goals : this is important for any social media platform that your company is trying to use. Do you have the people? and measure it religiously. Thanks for doing the reviews.