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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly in a Social Media Marketing Strategy

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Blog post at Social Media Marketing : It's no secret that having a solid social media marketing strategy needs to be in place to become successful online.

Via Ron Sela, Ivo Nový
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Ron Sela's curator insight, August 5, 2013 12:24 AM

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly in a Social Media Marketing Strategy

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Blog post at Social Media Marketing : It's no secret that having a solid social media marketing strategy needs to be in place to become successful online

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Does everybody need a social media strategy?

Does everybody need a social media strategy? | Social Network for Logistics & Transport | Scoop.it

As the hype of social media begins to die down and companies re-evaluate their efforts with a steely-eyed look at the cost versus benefits, I think it is time to re-visit this important question: Does every company really need a social media marketing plan?

 

This is a very complex question. So to help answer it, I looked at a few companies with brands that might not be natural fits for a social media presence. Adult diapers. Coal. Hazardous waste clean-up. Playing cards.

 

Let’s explore this important question by taking a romp through some unusual case studies that stretch the boundaries of social media marketing thinking.


Via Martin Gysler, Ricard Lloria
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Martin Gysler's curator insight, January 15, 2013 2:41 AM

Through this six different companies we can learn a lot about social media strategy and if everybody needs a social media strategy.

 

In my sense, social media is a great place to keep in touch with his customers and prospects and give another dimension in life. We can also do it in a small frame.

 

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