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The Top Benefits Achieved in Social Media in 2013 by 3,000+ Leading Marketers

The Top Benefits Achieved in Social Media in 2013 by 3,000+ Leading Marketers | Prayer Institute | Scoop.it
All the time you hear about the big wins in social media - thousands of new fans overnight, thousands of shares on a photo post, etc. But are these wins being achieved by all marketers across the b...

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Ally Greer's curator insight, June 11, 2013 2:18 PM

Great stats:


-89% of marketers surveyed indicated that social media had increased exposure for their business.


-64% of marketers reported increased lead generation due to social media use.


-Half of marketers spending under six hours per week on social media reported a decrease in marketing spending.


-71% of B2B marketers were able to use social media to gather marketplace intelligence.


-71% of B2C marketers were able to leverage social media to develop a loyal fanbase.



Nacho Vega's curator insight, June 12, 2013 8:31 AM

Business 2.0 improved sales.

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High school track team disqualified for making religious gesture

High school track team disqualified for making religious gesture | Prayer Institute | Scoop.it
Some people are outraged after a high school track team is disqualified from competing in state finals because one runner made a religious gesture.
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We need to pray for our children, schools, edjucators, and parents. 

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How social media can help your small business recruitment

How social media can help your small business recruitment | Prayer Institute | Scoop.it
Images: Social media checklist.JPGIf you’re responsible for your small business’ recruitment, then the chances are that you have at least considered using social media to attract and source talent.

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