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The Ultimate Social Media Event Marketing Checklist [Infographic]

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Why you need a Social Resume to get a job – @BerriePelser

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Why you need a Social Resume to get a job – Infographic Social resumes are

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Susan Daniels's comment, March 16, 2013 7:15 PM
That's an interesting comment. I'm 59 and been laid off twice in the last three years - employers don't want to pay the higher insurance rates for us older gals nor do they want to pay us what we're worth. So, I am developing my blog to cater to people who are new to social media. I have over 45 years experience operating computers, have been online since it's inception and I want to give my knowledge to those who need it. It may surprise you to know that it isn't the baby boomers who lack the skills for online social and graphic skills. I've operated computers since 1973. I think the lack of computer knowledge, in terms of age groups, is more prevalent in my mother's generation. But, by golly, she is 82 years old, owns a iphone (grumbles about it a lot) and upgraded from a lap top to a tablet last winter. She's had a desktop in her office for 20 years. And, she's on Facebook (grumbles about that too :). And, we're from a small town in Eastern Oregon (yes, we have real life cowboys :) So, I guess the point I'm making is as long as people are willing, technology can be learned at any age. Thanks for commenting on my newsletter. Warmly, Susan
Anne Bosworth's comment, March 16, 2013 10:23 PM
I know those folks too, Susan. I don't doubt that you are exactly right about the willingness, creativity, hard work, and tenacity of older folks using technology. But I suspect that plenty of late Boomers are finding themselves surprised by what they need to do to get a second look for an interview, and yes, disappointed that their worth is so severely undervalued. I have several friends, myself included, recently laid off and we've all been a bit taken by surprise to find that replacing our employment and our salaries is so difficult. I'm sure we will all be learning how to build and refine our social résumés. By the way, I love your post and your knowledge. You professional creds and tenacity remind me a great deal of a woman whom I know, admire, and cherish very much. Blessings, Anne.
Art Jones's curator insight, March 24, 2013 11:13 AM

You have a resume so what, wheres your Klout, Kred & Peer Index report?

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Does Social Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Exist? Maybe [Infographic]

Does Social Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Exist? Maybe [Infographic] | Social Media Journal | Scoop.it
Infographic on best online CRM and best social CRM apps with social media marketing by increasing branding & freelancing tools online for business ideas

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REwebCentral's comment, February 4, 2013 7:18 PM
Happy to see that my personal fave, Nimble, made the list.
Mike Ellsworth's comment, February 4, 2013 8:05 PM
I just let my trial of Nimble run out. Really didn't have the time to evaluate it. What do you use it for? What features do you like?
REwebCentral's comment, February 4, 2013 9:55 PM
I like the simplicity of the interface and ease of following the social streams. Google apps is getting better at showing the social stream, but if you're in sales or heavily into networking, you need the CRM aspect that Google Apps doesn't offer. There are a few things I'd change about Nimble, but so far it's the best that I've seen. I also have a slight bias because I've been playing in the real estate sandbox for the last 10 years, and the founder of Nimble was also the founder or somehow related to Goldmine, which was an early CRM in heavy use in the RE industry. Besides really liking their product, I like Nimble's story and approach to the social CRM conundrum.
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The Path to Social Media Success in 2013: A 12-Month Plan [Infographic]

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Often, the best way to reach a huge goal is to break it down into small, less intimidating goals.

 

To help small businesses tackle the daunting task of developing a social media presence (without feeling overwhelmed), Intuit has created a "Path to Social Success in 2013" infographic.

 

The 12-month plan divides the goal of achieving social success into quarters, each focusing on a specific goal:

First quarter: Take social media inventory.Second quarter: Work on relationships.Third quarter: Integrate everything.Fourth quarter: Look backward, then forward. 

For each quarter, Intuit then lists big ideas for each month to reach that goal.

For example, the first quarter is about taking social media inventory, so January is dedicated to assessing your social fitness; February, to revisiting your social goals; and March, to establishing ways to measure success, such as number of followers and fans, traffic to website, social mentions across platforms, share of social conversations, and social influence.


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Meagan Cooper's curator insight, February 3, 2013 11:38 PM

Excellent info on how to increase your social media impact. Gives information on how to tackle a social media presence with ease and enables you to creates a path to social success through its many tips. 12 month plan for developing the social media success that will help you succeed

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La voie du succès des médias sociaux en 2013: Un plan de 12 mois [Infographie]

Often, the best way to reach a huge goal is to break it down into small, less intimidating goals.


To help small businesses tackle the daunting task of developing a social media presence (without feeling overwhelmed), Intuit has created a "Path to Social Success in 2013" infographic.


The 12-month plan divides the goal of achieving social success into quarters, each focusing on a specific goal:

  • First quarter: Take social media inventory.
  • Second quarter: Work on relationships.
  • Third quarter: Integrate everything.
  • Fourth quarter: Look backward, then forward.

For each quarter, Intuit then lists big ideas for each month to reach that goal.

For example, the first quarter is about taking social media inventory, so January is dedicated to assessing your social fitness; February, to revisiting your social goals; and March, to establishing ways to measure success, such as number of followers and fans, traffic to website, social mentions across platforms, share of social conversations, and social influence.




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