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Are you a social media marketing hunter?

Biznology

This is the next in the series, including Are you a social media forager? and Are you a social media marketing trapper? Are they bloggers? Are they on social media? Are you a social media forager? Are you a social media marketing trapper?

Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1

Webbiquity

companies now use social media for marketing (though the figure varies widely based on size of company)? Social Media Stats, Facts and Research Does Facebook Need To Build A Search Engine? companies now use social media for marketing.

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How to Work with Influencers: The Ultimate Guide

Hubspot

Because these folks -- like bloggers and social media personalities -- build a following over a long period of time by producing interesting, quality content, people begin to trust them. Skype executed a promotion like this one with its “ Your City, Your Passion ” competition.

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5 Proven Strategies for B2B Social Media Marketing

delicious b2bmarketing

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List of Brand-Side Corporate Social Strategists: Twitter Edition

Webbiquity

Jeremiah Owyang recently published a fantastic List of Corporate Social Strategists for 2011 (Buyer/Brand Side) , an impressive compilation of individuals either holding the title or performing the role of corporate social strategist, defined by Jeremiah as “the business decision maker for social media programs – who provides leadership, roadmap definition, and governance; and directly influences the spending on technology vendors and service agencies.&#.

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