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Understanding Social Media
These days social media play vital role in our daily life .In this topic we will find some answers about the social media.
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5 Twitter Tools to Increase Your Blog Retweets |

5 Twitter Tools to Increase Your Blog Retweets | | Understanding Social Media | Scoop.it
Discover five easy-to-use Twitter tools that make it simple and fast for readers to spread the word about your newest blog content with one click.
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How Coca-Cola uses Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+

How Coca-Cola uses Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ | Understanding Social Media | Scoop.it
While putting together our recent series of posts looking at how major brands use the four main social networks I’ve somehow managed to overlook Coca-Cola, so today I have rectified that startling omission.

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Tim Kitchin's curator insight, April 26, 2013 1:29 PM

And at the end of all this, it's very unclear what Coke is doing with social media. The collaboration with WWF feels very underleveraged...

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Sssh! - 10 Top Execs Share Their Social Media Secrets

Sssh! - 10 Top Execs Share Their Social Media Secrets | Understanding Social Media | Scoop.it

If you're the CEO of your company , you may think that you haven't time to think about tweets, Facebook posts, Foursquare check-ins and Pinterest boards. But you should. Here are some tips from those that do . . .


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Does Your Branded Franchise Need Its Own Social Media Strategy?

Does Your Branded Franchise Need Its Own Social Media Strategy? | Understanding Social Media | Scoop.it

Franchisors should approach social media with the same level of attention and definition as other marketing strategies . . .


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Is Your Company A Social Media SNOB? Take Our You Know Your A Social Media Snob If...Test

Is Your Company A Social Media SNOB? Take Our You Know Your A Social Media Snob If...Test | Understanding Social Media | Scoop.it

Social Media Snob Test
The purpose of social media is to connect, to BE SOCIAL. Better to NOT be on social media than to be on social and look like an arrogant snob. Not being on social can be forgiven. Being a snob in this day an age is difficult to forgie.

You Know Your Company Is A Social Media Snob If...

* You follow less than 50% of your Twitter followers.
- Following a tiny % of your followers is the ultimate snobbery because it limits communication (you can't DM unless you follow) and you can't REWARD unless you follow. 
- When an expert in your area with 10x the following as your company has (at the moment) follows you FOLLOW THEM BACK!!

* You company doesn't Retweet.
- When you Retweet you share someone's take. You are saying, "this is good enough to share" and that statement is a reward and and a way to "mentor" your space.

* Your company doesn't respond to @yourcompany notes.
- Not responding in a timely way to @yourcompany notes is an EPIC customer service fail.

* Your company isn't on GPlus.
- Time to come in for the big win AND Gplus is the most disruptive social net because of its proximity to high yield SEO (duy its GOOGLE) and most business verticals are nascent on GPlus because there is a learning curve.

* Your company isn't having conversations.
- If you are still using social media to push messages without listening and responding you look either clueless or a snob (and neither of those are good).

* Your Company isn't on Instagram or Pinterest.
- Marketing communication is becoming highly visual so to not be on either Instragram or Pinterest is snobby since it feels like insisting we continue to do things the old "talk about ourselves to ourselves" way. 

* Your company isn't creating video.
- Video is highly widget-ized and so easy to share content. Video is also a more universal language. I may not speak english but video, done right, can be a cross cultural tool.  

 

* Your company[s SMM is highly scripted.
- Days of scripting every interaction with customers is long gone.  

Don't be a social media snob either by intention or ignorance because being a SNOB on social media is the wrong signal to send...always.  


Via Martin (Marty) Smith, John van den Brink
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Social Media Statistics: Huffington Post Infographic

Social Media Statistics: Huffington Post Infographic | Understanding Social Media | Scoop.it

Did you know that since Twitter first opened its doors back in 2006, more than 163 billion tweets have been sent on the micro-blogging social network?

What if we told you that 25 percent of Facebook users don’t bother with any kind of privacysettings?

Or that Google+’s +1 button is used 5 million times per day?

 

The past year was a wonderful world of social media. Infographics also were a huge hit in 2012. This infographic from the Huffington Post and content below offer more details.

 


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Retro Social Media's comment, April 14, 2013 6:53 PM
Love this :)
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2012 Update On Social Media Monitoring Tools (infographic)

2012 Update On Social Media Monitoring Tools (infographic) | Understanding Social Media | Scoop.it

Oneforty recently surveyed 150 social media professionals to learn about what their main concerns were when it came to social media monitoring. Here's the griff . . .


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Namita Patel's comment, March 18, 2012 11:19 AM
Nice snapshot!