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Interesting post from Gavin Heaton that highlights a lot of the analysis in social media tends to focus on “likes”, “fans” and “friends” as opposed those consistent advocates of brands. Check out the great presentation by Eric Portelance about 'finding the real relationships' through social media monitoring
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Interesting case study of how the Memphis drum store have figured out a smart way how sell a cymbal via mail order without the drummer hearing and testing it out for themselves and as a result have opened itself up to customers from all around the world. Read on....
An interesting post in which Social Steve shares with us his tried & tested methodology that sets objectives and measures results in relationship to established overarching business objectives. how is your social media performance measure up against this framework ?
Named last year as one of the ten most important emerging technologies by the MIT Technology Review social TV is fast rising as one of the hottest topics since group buying. Ynon Kreiz, CEO of the Endemol group the largest...
an excellent 42-page free e-book collaboratively written by a cross-section of social marketers from brands and agencies, analysts, and social support professionals across both business-to-business and business-to-consumer industries.
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