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


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.

Best of 2009: Social Media Marketing, Part 1


With the rapidly increasing use of social media tools for marketing and PR comes growing pressure to demonstrate results. by HubSpot. Mark Walsh reports that “ blogging (is) the most important lead-generation source among social media options, followed by StumbleUpon, YouTube, Facebook, De.lic.ious and Digg &# (not a surprising result, considering that those other sites tend to support a corporate blog, not replace it). Digg this!

B2B Blogging Trends for 2011


Research from HubSpot shows that small businesses with blogs have twice as many Twitter followers as those who don’t. Blogging is most effective when integrated with other communications efforts including PR and email marketing. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz.

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Five Social Media Marketing Reports and Guides Worth Checking Out


A B2B Marketer’s Guide to Great Facebook Pages from HubSpot (29 pages). social media, PR, advertising) that support that activity. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. Much has been written about content marketing from the delivery side.

(Almost) 100 (of the) Best Social Media Marketing Blog Posts and Articles of 2009


Every social media consultant , corporate marketer and PR professional was challenged to keep up with the latest writing on the topic. When Social Media & PR Matters More Than SEO by Small Business Search Marketing. 10 Ways a Start-Up Can Use Social Media to Market Itself by HubSpot’s Inbound Internet Marketing Blog. 20 Free Buzz Monitoring Tools by Econsultancy. Digg this!

55 (of the) Best Social Media Tips, Tactics and Tools of 2010


According to a HubSpot study, 71% of marketers viewed Twitter as a useful marketing tool last year, up from just 39% in 2009. Should social media be under the overall purvue of marketing or PR? Does social media belong in PR or marketing divisions? by Green Buzz Agency.

Top 111 B2B Marketing Posts and 34 Hottest Topics for 2010

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22 Educational Social Media Diagrams - Hubspot , May 24, 2010. Best Social PR Guides and Tips of 2010 (So Far) - Webbiquity , September 1, 2010. Hubspot Review - LeadSloth , July 12, 2010. New Breed of Analysts - PR Meets Marketing , April 18, 2010. Social Media Budget Ratio in B2B Marketing - Buzz Marketing for Technology , March 9, 2010. The Ultimate List: 300+ Social Media Statistics - Hubspot , May 13, 2010. Digg (785). Buzz (589).

Best SEO Guides, Tips and Resources of 2010


12 Amazing SEO Infographics by HubSpot Blog. ** 5 Stars. Digg this! Post on Google Buzz. Ranking well in organic search results becomes more imperative every day, particularly in the B2B world.

Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010


For anyone in marketing or PR being asked to make “data-driven&# decisions “based on the numbers&# (and doesn’t that include pretty much everyone in marketing and PR these days?), Study: Social Media Affects SMB Purchasing Decisions by HubSpot Blog. Digg this!

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Best of 2008: Social Media Optimization, Part 2


What are some of the best free tools for monitoring social buzz about your brand or company? Discover these answers and others here in more of the best posts from the past year on social media marketing and PR. How should you measure the impact of social media?

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The report, sponsored by Hubspot, also examines the skills that modern marketing teams need to develop to take advantage of social, inbound tactics. 25 comments Nokia upsets blogger due to marathon PR failure 24 comments Gap listened to its customers, or did it?

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Social Media ROI vs. RONI


Understandably, as businesses begin to invest more marketing/PR dollars into social media, there is great concern over the ROI of these activities. So no matter how much "buzz" there is about the promise of social media marketing or how excited you may be about it, if it hasn't already happened, sometime very soon your boss or client is going to start asking you about the ROI of social media marketing.