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Best Social Media and Digital Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 2

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Find the answers to these questions and many more here in more than 40 of the best reports, studies, videos and other sources of social media, search, and other marketing facts and statistics of the past year. General Social Media Statistics. Infographic: Social Media ROI Statistics by Digital Buzz. ” B2B Marketing Research and Statistics. hours to 6.3 hours.

Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010

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the sources below provide a vast wealth of data, statistics and research results, as well as a bit of interesting social media trivia. How do social media marketing strategies in small businesses differ from those in larger enterprises? 10 Interesting Social Media Statistics by Jeff Bullas. 20+ mind-blowing social media statistics revisited by Econsultancy. Digg this!

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Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)

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Social Media Statistics. Another notable Pam Dyer post, this one summarizing a study from online advertising network Chitika which shows that Twitter is the best place to share news: 47% of the outbound traffic from Twitter goes to news sites, vs. 28% from Facebook, 18% from Digg and an imperceptable share from MySpace. Twitter Statistics. Facebook Statistics. Indonesia.

Best Email Marketing Strategies and Tactics of 2009

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On the same theme as the post above, the brilliant Laurie Sullivan demonstrates how to combine email marketing services with tools like Facebook, Bebo and Digg to extend the reach of email messages through social channels. Mark Brownlow answers objections to email marketing based on concerns about spam and social media using compellig statistics such as “email marketing generated an ROI of $43.62 Forrester Wave Report Cites Email Marketing Service Provider Leaders by Demand Gen Report. Digg this! How has email marketing changed in the last few years? Scott T.