The Next Web 10 Social Media Marketing New Year's Resolutions ClickZ We all know there are many things we could do to fix our social media marketing programs or make them better. But the reality is that no one can do it all at once.
Social media networks were supposed to be the greatest marketing machines on earth. It hasn’t worked out that way — yet.
Drew Neisser's insight:
Interesting article that represents a big problem for our industry. If marketers expect it to be a direct sales channel like search, then we are doomed to failure. Truth is social impacts more than just one aspect of a business including customer service, employee recruitment & retention and vendor relationships among many others.
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