• WEBBIQUITY  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2010
    [Digg, iCrossing] 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. Digg is the most technical; 12% of its outbound traffic goes to technology sites, vs. 10% from Twitter and 7% from Facebook.
  • BUZZ MARKETING FOR TECHNOLOGY  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2009
    [Digg, iCrossing] CMO Challenges in Driving Data into Insights
    Since each one of us has a different variety of reports coming a litany of systems like SAS, Aprimo, Webtrends, iCrossing, Radian6, Facebook, Vocus, Wordpress and where it isn’t automated then it’s just Excel. Digg this! A good friend and former colleague of mine Dan Neely, CEO of Networked Insights reminded me recently that there will be more data created in this year than in the previous 5000 years combined!
  • DELICIOUS B2BMARKETING  |  FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2009
    [Digg, iCrossing] B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up
    3) Search engine marketing services providers – Shar VanBoskirk covers this market, but I’ve found companies like Reprise Media, IMPAQT, iCrossing and iProspect doing a lot more to help B2B marketers understand how to turn search optimization or paid clicks into qualified leads. Posted by Laura Ramos at 05:46 PM in B2B Marketing , Lauras Posts , Marketing Technology | Permalink Digg This | Save to del.icio.us
  • WEBMARKETCENTRAL  |  MONDAY, MAY 18, 2009
    [Digg, iCrossing] Best of 2008: Social Media Optimization, Part 2
    Google Social Bookmarking and Blog Recommendation Engine by Key Web Data The inimitable Chris Lang explains social features added to Google Reader (such as bookmarking capability and a friends list), why they were added, and how Google will likely use this information (to create a Digg-like system that can't be gamed). How should you measure the impact of social media? What are some of the best free tools for monitoring social buzz about your brand or company?