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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Three Steps to Social Media WIN RT @Econsultancy

Sound Advice ! Amplify’d from econsultancy.com Three steps to social media win You’ve formulated a strategy and set up tools and processes, and you’re proudly showing off your amazing product with a variety of exciting and innovative campaigns. Not all social media campaigns will be successful, and the hardest part of any campaign is actual [...]

Social Media’s Critical Path: Relevance to Resonance to Significance RT @briansolis & @HarvardBiz

I agree with Brian … “social media’s critical path of RRS serves as a blueprint for companies to construct a successful social media legacy.” And you? Would love to hear your take … “Engage” … Join the Conversation Amplify’d from blogs.hbr.org 9:07 AM Monday July 19, 2010 by Brian Solis  | Comments (13 View ) If [...]

You haven’t heard about Amplify yet, have you? RT @TNWsocialmedia & @egoldstein

WELL DONE ERIC ET AL!!! Amplify’d from thenextweb.com Amplify might very well become my new number one service for driving conversations. Back in August 2009, when Facebook acquired FriendFeed, the blogosphere was abuzz. Many technology geeks had been using FriendFeed as a tool to aggregate their social media sources and share with their entourage. As [...]

22% of Online Time Spent With Social Media @smexaminer & @AmyPorterfield

WOW!!! Amplify’d from www.socialmediaexaminer.com Is social media taking over the web? Just in the last year, the number of social media users has continued to climb at record speed and the audience demographics have widened. And marketers have noticed the trend. For proof of social media’s steep rise, take a look at the number of [...]

China Social Media Landscape

Social Media Dominates Asia Pacific Internet Usage

Social media usage has seen unprecedented growth in Asia Pacific in the past year and is now one of the most critical trends in the online sector, according to Nielsen‘s Asia Pacific Social Media Report. The survey found that three of the seven biggest global online brands are social media sites Facebook, Wikipedia and YouTube. [...]