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40 Infographics & Cheat Sheets For Social Media Marketers | Useful Online Resources for Designers and Developers

40 Infographics & Cheat Sheets For Social Media Marketers | Useful Online Resources for Designers and Developers | Social Media, the 21st Century Digital Tool Kit | Scoop.it

In this round up, we are presenting for you some useful cheatsheets and infographics for social media marketers especially. These infographics and cheatsheets will help you learn more about trends in social media and how you can give your brand an increased exposure and let your message spread all over the world. Enjoy...


Via Jeff Domansky
Alison D. Gilbert's insight:

Let's never forget that the whole idea of marketing is to get our word out to potential customers, clients and community. Social media is designed to be the best and fastest way to accoplish that. These 'cheatsheets and infographics' are designed to help. Like the man said, enjoy!

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Wendy Flanagan's curator insight, November 11, 2013 5:02 PM

I love useful cheat sheets!

Cloe Blanchet's curator insight, November 11, 2013 5:56 PM

Really nice info graphic showing how internet marketing works as a tactic of branding

Lori Wilk's curator insight, December 28, 2013 3:24 PM

Most of us need lots of  help so these tools are appreciated.With new social media platforms launching all the time, it's hard to stay on top of all of your online participation.

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Vine: An Analysis of Twitter’s New Toy | Cisionblog

Vine: An Analysis of Twitter’s New Toy | Cisionblog | Social Media, the 21st Century Digital Tool Kit | Scoop.it

If you missed the social media news last week, Twitter launchedVine; a standalone IOS app allowing users to share 6-second video clips in an Instagram-esque way.  The Vine iPhone app has rocketed up to the 14th most downloaded free app; so many brands have begun to take notice.  With all the buzz, I decided to take a look at Vine’s engagement numbers over the weekend to see how many public tweets contained a Vine link, if use increased since launch and to determine what the major conversation themes were.

 

In order to pull all of the public tweets I searched for the term “vine.co” using the Cision Social Media Dashboard. This pulled all the tweets that contained the unique URL associated with a Vine video.  While this won’t give us every Vine video that was produced (not all content is shared publicly or on Twitter), it can be a nice indicator on how often and what content was shared.

 

As of this morning over 100,000 tweets were sent containing a Vine URL since the January 23rd  launch, when Twitter’s Dick Costello sent out a tweet of steak tartar.  As you can see from the graphic below the total amount of tweets containing a Vine link increased fairly drastically throughout the weekend with the coverage spiking on Saturday, Jan. 26 at noon, with over 11,000 tweets sent!...


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Alison D. Gilbert's insight:

More videos on the 'Vine'.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 1, 2013 11:02 PM

Interesting analysis of Twitter's new Vine app.

 

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10 Ways To Take Your Social Media Posts From Forgettable To Share-Worthy | Business 2 Community

10 Ways To Take Your Social Media Posts From Forgettable To Share-Worthy | Business 2 Community | Social Media, the 21st Century Digital Tool Kit | Scoop.it

With so many individuals and companies competing for attention on social media, it can seem nearly impossible to make your voice heard above the crowd. However, compelling social media content is a quick way to earn attention and brand loyalty. So what can you do to take your social media strategy from “blah” to viral? Here are some tips...


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Alison D. Gilbert's insight:

I want what I write to be noticed and have value for people.

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Done4USocialMedia's curator insight, May 21, 2013 3:06 AM

Great tips on making your Social Media more memorable.

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 21, 2013 1:28 PM

Here's how to make your social media more memorable and effective.

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Four Reasons Why Twitter Should Be Used By All Small Businesses | Simply Zesty

Four Reasons Why Twitter Should Be Used By All Small Businesses | Simply Zesty | Social Media, the 21st Century Digital Tool Kit | Scoop.it
According to a survey from the Wall Street Journal, Twitter has fallen out of favour with small businesses, preferring other channels like LinkedIn and YouTube.

 

Despite it being the world’s fastest growing social platform at the moment, it seems that Twitter isn’t getting a lot of love from small businesses. A recent survey ran by the Wall Street Journal and Vistage International found that six out of ten small-business owners say they believe social media tools are valuable to their company’s growth. So far, so unsurprising, but what was particularly interesting wasn’t the fact that LinkedIn topped the survey, 41% said that it had the most potential to help their company, but only 3% of those surveyed felt that Twitter could do the same.

 

The Wall Street Journal’s survey is worth looking at if you want an idea of how social media is used among small businesses in the U.S. (as well as having some nice interactive graphics to look at)....


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Alison D. Gilbert's insight:

I don't need to be convinced. I love tweet. It is so mathematical. I reminds me of html code and Latin.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 1, 2013 10:43 PM

A nice counterpoint on how Twitter CAN help business.