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The Results: Is B2B Content "Likeable"

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A few months back, with Facebook’s announcement of a “Like” button for the web, I decided to run a quick, highly unscientific experiment to see if B2B content was “likeable”. Put more simply, is B2B content as likely to be shared in the social atmosphere of Facebook as it is to be shared in the more hybrid social/business atmosphere of Twitter.

Is B2B Content "Likeable"?

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With all the discussion about Facebook's new "Like" (or "Recommend") button for the web, I thought it would be worthwhile running a small experiment to answer the following question: Do the readers of B2B content share more on Twitter or Facebook? have reduced the automatic "sharing" options on each post to two - one that shares on Facebook, and one that shares on Twitter.

The Medium is the Message: B2B Marketing, Social Media, and Conversation Context

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Today's world of social media needs to be viewed in a similar light. As today's marketing organizations consider how to engage in social media forums, not considering the context of the medium being used can lead to a significant change in the overall effect on the message being received. The use of social media for business shares a similar dynamic.

Social media analysis moves mainstream

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Last week, Webtrends announced that they had extended their customer intelligence capabilities into Facebook. When a blog post is written, Tweeted about, then shared on Facebook this is a natural way that information flows in today’s environment. Facebook, as with almost all social media efforts, has a “flywheel” dynamic to it. What do you think?

Content Marketing 2016: Staffing, Measurement, and Effectiveness

success, followed by social shares and likes. (19 percent) and pageviews (15 percent). • 49 percent of marketers rate their content as. distribution channel, while Facebook was the most. social media, brands and publishers alike have had. First, Facebook and email were clearly the. topped Facebook as the most effective organic. SOCIAL. All rights reserved.

Market Relationships, Social Relationships, and B2B Marketing in Social Media

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I just wrapped up a great book – Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely – that discussed, among many other things, the different relationship types we have between people; especially market relationships and social relationships. We provide and receive dinners based on our social relationships frequently, and we receive dinners based on market relationships each time we eat at a restaurant.

Social Media Buzz at a Live Event

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One of the aspects of the event that we were most excited about this year, however, was the concurrent online conversation and tremendous buzz that the event generated in social media. I was asked many times what we did to have that much social media buzz at a live event. However, often it is the more subtle social cues that help the most.

Interview with The Funnelholic

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Our conversation ranged across a number of topics, from the evolution of social media and its B2B marketing applicability, to measurement and the challenges of today's CMO. I got a lot out of our conversation, and I hope you will too. From my conversation with Craig Rosenberg, the Funnelholic: Steve: Will social media scale? Commercialization is the biggest problem for social media.

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Digital Body Language: Our B2B Facebook Marketing Strategy

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At Eloqua, we are lucky to have some of the most interesting, fun, and social customers around (they are marketers, after all), so when we started talking about what one might do with Facebook from a B2B marketing perspective, an obvious answer came up. The idea of discussing the latest whitepaper or marketing best practices did not seem to fit the social vibe of Facebook.

Content Methodology: A Best Practices Report

social media, email, and chat platforms and in a multitude of media formats, from text. experience Loyalty • Return visitor rate • Email subscription rate • Social following growth • Avg. Total attention time • Total people • Total social actions • Avg. stories per person • Total attention time • Total people • Total social actions • Avg. sharing and native social.

Friends, Avatars, Countrymen, lend me your ears

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As you know we’ve been doing a lot of experimentation with the best way to apply social media in the B2B marketing realm , and David’s post hit on one of the biggest challenges we’re all facing – what to do about Facebook as B2B marketers. The numbers are undeniable, the active population on Facebook is huge. Will this crack the code on B2B marketing on Facebook?

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The Longevity of Fun in B2B Social Media

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Fun content has a habit of being discovered, and rediscovered many times, and each time can lead to another Tweet, another Facebook post, or another share, continuing the cycle. Tags: Social media lead management viral marketing B2B Marketing If there’s one thing that B2B marketers seem to be hesitant about it’s having fun in their marketing efforts.

Social Media in B2B Marketing: The Importance of the Periphery

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The rising interest in social media in B2B marketing leads to an interesting and challenging question; what is the role of social media in lead scoring? We’ve talked a lot about lead scoring and how to approach it successfully, but the relevance of social media should be addressed. Tags: web activity Social media Digital Body Language Referrals Twitter

The Flywheel and the Lightning Strike

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The excitement and interest in social media, and all it can do, is palpable. However, the number of companies that are making significant hard dollar investments in social media as a marketing initiative is not as large as one might expect. However, with social media, investments follow a “flywheel” pattern. Tags: Budgets Social media Marketing Investment Why is this?

Evangelizing a Content Marketing Program

50% more sales-ready leads at a 33% lower cost 15 1,200 Blog posts per month Avg new monthly leads ULTIMATE CONTENT STRATEGIST PLAYBOOK CONTENTLY11 Content marketing's impact also extends to social me- dia, where brands that don't have compelling content to. brands experiencing declining social media effective- ness and came to a clear conclusion: " We’ve reached a tipping point where.

Simple Metrics and the Business Case for Marketing Automation

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If you look at what is possible with film cameras, in terms of photo sharing, digital editing, virtually unlimited photo storage, and the social media use of photos, it is clear that digital cameras present an entirely new way of interacting with images. There has been a lot of great discussion lately about the business case for marketing automation. Much less “efficient” but still possible.

Text “WhoCares?” to 66863

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On this application platform, a variety of other communication mechanisms, like Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare continue to evolve. 2) Communication Style: in a B2B marketing context, the communication is significantly different from the personal communications of Gen Y on their mobile phones. MySpace demonstrated a new cultural norm in how we communicate and keep in touch with friends, but the underlying technology quickly lost ground to Facebook. Tags: Social media Mobile SMS Is Text Messaging Relevant for B2B Marketers? Why Text Message? But what about the Teenagers?

The Rise of the "Fanmium" Products

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Social media has led to a wealth of new ways of thinking about business. Coverage could be anything from blog posts, becoming a fan on Facebook, or joining an online community. Tags: Trials Social media Fanmium One of the most interesting, and most discussed, is the ceding of control of the market message to our audiences. While we as marketers may want to get out there and promote the value of our products and services, the most effective way by far is to have our audience do it for us. This leads to an interesting paradox. Have you considered a “fanmium” offering?

The Buzz about Google Buzz – 6 things relevant to B2B?

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Yesterday, Google announced their next major foray into social media, with the launch of Google Buzz. While the main concepts behind Buzz are very familiar with anyone who is at all familiar with social media – friends, status updates, photo sharing – the way that Google brings it all together, and their sheer weigh in the market, means that this may be quite interesting. You had to deliberately set up a new social service, whether Twitter or Facebook, and then actively make it part of your daily routine. As a B2B marketer, what does this mean? What do you think?

Definitive Guide to Planning a New Content Initiative

dictates this answer, but if you’re starting something like a new email initiative, social channel. Sharing blog content daily on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter 3. social channels and via email marketing, the cost of those conversions is much less. Check in on the trending hashtags on your social channels. In that time, we’ve. At Divvy, we work closely with many of our.

Marketing Automation Weekly Wrap-up - 2009/09/11

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It’s definitely a media type that has been under-utilized recently and has some compelling benefits: [link] Stuart Wheldon on B2B Magazine with a post about SaaS, Social Media, and the economics of educating buyers. Makes for an interesting read in looking at the economic reasons behind why we are more apt to invest in buyer education than ever before: [link] Simon Salt ( @incslinger ) from Inc Slingers provides an Essential Social Media bookshelf of must-reads for social media, and it’s not the list you might expect as he goes beyond pure social media titles.

Four ways Facebook Instant Articles will dramatically impact marketing

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Facebook announced it would open up Instant Articles -– formatted and optimized to load almost immediately -– to any publisher  without a special approval process. To make it effortless for even small bloggers, Facebook announced in a post this week that it is teaming up with WordPress for a plugin that allows us to publish from our blog directly to Facebook. Time will tell. 3.

21 Fantastic Facebook Marketing Guides


marketers have a love-hate relationship with Facebook. On one hand, not only is it an easy-to-use, low-cost platform with more than a billion members, but 77% of B2C companies and 43% of B2B vendors have acquired customers from Facebook, and the world’s largest social network drives 20% of all internet page views. What are the best page apps for Facebook today?

5 Ways B2B Marketers Can Learn to Love Facebook


Are you holding back on Facebook marketing just because you’re in B2B? It was reinforced by what felt like a bait and switch when Facebook killed organic reach. And because most everyone in B2B seemed focused on LinkedIn, I figured I could maybe just ignore Facebook. I had a Facebook page all along, of course. Next is just how plain ubiquitous Facebook is. Third?

Staffing and Launching Your Content Marketing Program

in new readers via search and social. return on social. SOCIAL Strategies, tools, and tips for spreading content through. the social web. sections of The Content Strategist: Brands, Media, Social, ROI, and Voices. on each of our primary distribution channels (email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+). All rights reserved. Introduction 3 II. So was I.

Coming clean on Facebook reach

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Is there any greater source of emotional debate and mis-information on the web today than Facebook reach? recently had a little debate on this subject with a person who wrote a glowing article on the promise of Facebook reach — despite what appears to be pretty bad news in this corner of the web. “I’m tired of so much negativity about Facebook,” he said.

What will replace Facebook? Six considerations

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A question I often receive in my classes and talks is “What will replace Facebook?” We look to history to see the progression of upstarts replacing established companies — didn’t Facebook replace MySpace? — and of course assume there is a new idea out there somewhere waiting to unseat Facebook as the leading social network. Facebook.

Adding fuel to the fire: How important is Facebook?

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A new survey adds more fuel to the swirling debate about how social media usage is changing, especially among teens. In a  Piper Jaffray  survey of American teens, one-third described the photo-sharing app Instagram as their most important social network. The research does not necessarily say teens are moving away from Facebook. How important is Facebook? teens. teens.

The start-up strategy for beating Facebook

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Two of the hottest social network startups have taken decidedly different turns in their fortunes. If we compare Snapchat and Blab we can tease out lessons for all of us when it comes to strategies for beating Facebook. By rejecting a $3 billion takeover bid by Facebook, it immediately became a Zuckerberg target. The key to beating Facebook? Facebook was for grandma.

Content Marketing Playbook: Strategy and Roadmap

In concert, GE has developed an active, devoted following on nearly every social channel—from. stalwarts like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to emerg- ing platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr. owning the property where you publish your content, as opposed to relying purely on social or native adver- tising. All rights reserved. Introduction 3 II. years prior.

Facebook content strategy is a time bomb for inbound marketing

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Every time I write a post that takes a slightly contrarian view to the status quo, I get hammered by the entrenched pundits who spin this into “Mark is saying that marketing is dead”…  or social media is dead … Or that kittens are bad. The economics of the social media platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn are also driven by content, but their metrics are different.

The Nine Best Facebook Marketing Tools


Along with Google, Facebook is one of the giants of the Internet. According to recent research , 71% of all Internet users have a Facebook profile. 96% of B2C and and 88% of B2B companies use Facebook for marketing. Not surprisingly, an ecosystem of developers and vendors have created tools to extend the marketing capabilities of the world’s largest social network.

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Wasting your ad money? All Facebook fans are unequal

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By Brooke Ballard, {grow} Contributing Columnist What if you were given $20,000 to acquire new fans on Facebook? But is there strategy in trying to acquire new fans on Facebook? Just a few months ago I was begging for more Facebook ad dollars for my client accounts and our own unique page simply because Facebook said so. See you in the social sphere! Guess what?

The Impact of Facebook’s Algorithm Change, in 5 Charts


Last week, Facebook dropped a stink bomb in the media locker room when it announced that its algorithm would start prioritizing the posts of friends and family in the News Feed over those of publishers. Folks started to panic, with good reason— over 40 percent of publisher traffic comes from Facebook. But Facebook shares—a decent barometer for organic reach—have fallen ever since.

B2B Marketing Trends for 2016

social advertising on LinkedIn, programmatic networks like Choozle) that. Paul Gillin, B2B Social Media Strategist, Senior Trainer, Profitecture www.[link] Another good example is Top Rank’s Social Media Marketing Management. how you can solve their burning problem. • E – Engage Meaningfully via Social Media. more true, apparently, than in social media. Look for.

49 Noteworthy Social Networking Stats and Facts


Though new social networks continue to be launched (e.g. But there are no guarantees that leadership will last, and the social networking landscape is constantly evolving. Image credit: Social Media Examiner. An incredible 71% of all Internet users are on Facebook, including more than half of all online adults aged 65 and older. 18 Facebook Stats and Facts. 1.

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