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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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The Right Image's curator insight, January 25, 2013 10:28 AM

Contemporary piece - right up there with current thinking..... 

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

Philippe Trebaul's curator insight, March 2, 2013 6:12 AM
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.




The Path to Social Media Success in 2013: A 12-Month Plan [Infographic] via @MYDstudio http://sco.lt/...


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Why Social Networking?

Why Social Networking? | Wiki_Universe | Scoop.it
Put simply, social networking is a way for one person to meet up with other people on the Net. That's not all though. Some people use social networking sites for meeting new friends on the Net. Other's use it to find old friends.

 

What is Social Networking?

 

Put simply, social networking is a way for one person to meet up with other people on the Net. That's not all though. Some people use social networking sites for meeting new friends on the Net. Other's use it to find old friends. Then there are those who use it to find people who have the same problems or interests they have, this is called niche networking.

 

Read more: http://personalweb.about.com/od/easyblogsandwebpages/a/whysocialnetwor.htm


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