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How Content Travels and Works in Social: Stories and People

Social Marketing Forum

If our purpose is to generate traffic and buzz, regardless of the medium, we need to focus on the content and also the formats our prospects or customers want, paying attention to aspects such as for instance titles, subject lines and in tweets: they need to “tell&# people that this is what they are looking for, no matter where they find or seek it (search engines, social etc.).

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

Webbiquity

national survey of reporters and editors revealed that 89% use blogs for story research, 65% turn to social media sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn, and 52% utilize microblogging services such as Twitter. 92% said they personally use LinkedIn, versus 56% on Facebook. are shared on Facebook daily. 50% of mobile Internet traffic in the U.K goes to Facebook. link].

Top 56 B2B Marketing Posts for September 2010

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Setting up a B2B blog or a Facebook or Twitter [.]. B2B advertising spend on social media and lead generation sites is forecasted to grow at an annualized rate of 21% and 17% respectively to 2013. Perhaps that’s one crazy basketball game, but with your website, it’s one score after another; visits become leads, and leads become sales. LinkedIn for Lead Generation - Client Bridge , September 18, 2010 LinkedIn is a powerful social network for business professionals that allows you to increase and strengthen your business relationships. New leads.