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What’s the Best Social Media Monitoring Tool? It Depends

Webbiquity

I’ve used this tool on behalf of small clients for finding hundreds of key influencers on Twitter, blogs and various other social networking sites and forums. Another excellent free tool for finding relevant influencers across the social media sphere, Social Mention is a real-time social search engine that also provides alerts and a cool buzz-monitoring widget you can add to your website or blog. Post on Google Buzz.

Best Web Presence Optimization Guides and Tips of 2010

Webbiquity

Great content naturally attracts links, but Matt Malden points out ways to go beyond that by blogging, sending a regular email newsletter, using Twitter, social networks, YouTube and other sites to expand your online presence. Post on Google Buzz.

Best Email Marketing Tips, Tactics and Metrics of 2010

Webbiquity

Add Google Analytics to Emails and Gain B2B Lead Generation Intelligence by Industrial Marketing Today. Achinta Mitra provides step-by-step instructions for integrating Google Analytics with standard ESP email tracking, which produces much richer data to help optimize conversion rates.

The Ultimate Glossary: 120 Social Media Marketing Terms Explained

Hubspot

AddThis - AddThis is a social bookmarking service that provides a code users can put on their websites so that when people visit that site, they have the option to share via Facebook, Twitter, etc. An example of this is the Twitter API. On the web today, things change fast.

Top 60 B2B Marketing Posts and Hottest Topics November 2010

B2B Marketing Zone Posts

Google Analytics. Twitter for B2B Marketing - MI6 Marketing Agency , November 18, 2010 Author: Chris Herbert. Every Thursday night Jeremy Victor and a group of B2B marketers hold a B2B Twitter Chat session. All blogs, wikis, forums, and social networks hosted or sponsored by Oracle (e.g., com , wiki. I’ve noticed people on Twitter talking about QR codes, so of course they popped out at me while I perused the November 15, 2010 issue of Fortune.