"Healthcare companies are launching social media sites (eight in 10 healthcare corporations have at least one social entity), but community sites have a whopping 24 times more social media activity than corporate sites."
"Health IT is gaining ground. According to Dow Jones VentureSource, venture capitalists invested $659 million in 91 deals in 2011, up 25.5% from $525 million in 71 deals the prior year. In the first quarter of 2012, health IT companies raised $102 million, a 75% increase over the same period last year."
"Facebook continues to experiment with ways to indicate to users that social content is being shared, with some users seeing a new icon that alerts them if clicking the link will lead to stories being posted on their news feeds."
"The numbers are adding up: according to recent data, some 83 percent of sports fans check sports social outposts while watching the game on television, and 63 percent will browse these channels while they’re actually in attendance."
"Among brands, agencies, publishers, and ad networks surveyed, nearly one-half (49%) say video should be more aligned with TV, whereas 40% say video should be more aligned with online display; 11% are still unsure whether online video represents a new medium entirely."
"More and more healthcare professionals and facilities are using social media to connect with their current patients and prospective patients. People are now turning to social media to find out health related problems. This infographic shows how social media is being used in healthcare."
"Socialcam, a company that was spun off from Justin Kan’s Justin.tv, already has 20M users for its video sharing app and doesn’t look to be slowing down. Kan pointed out the milestone today on his blog."
"People are tired of doing without. The term being bandied about right now by market observers is 'frugality fatigue,' meaning the pent-up desire among hard-pressed, anxious consumers to pick up their buying. Obviously, some consumers remain too distressed for their spending to rebound. But most people feel hopeful about renewing their engagement with shopping. Consumers want to believe again. So help them."
"Facebook is putting some elbow grease behind its offers initiative, adding support for creating and managing offers via its application-programming interface, and expanding the beta-test to five more countries."
"HubSpot.com has put together a list of free and paid marketing and media opportunities on LinkedIn. And broken down the tactics and features into free and paid categories that businesses (or their advocates) can use to promote their brands, products, and services. See them now."
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