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Mobile And Social Behavior Sparks A Narrowcast Movement

Narrowcasting marks an emerging trend by which consumers are sharing content with smaller, more selective audiences. In contrast to broadcasting, narrowcasting is about tailoring information to better compel the recipients

A Geography Of Twitter

This graphic illustrates these data as a spatially aware treemap. The size of each block represents the number of tweets emanating from that country and the shading reveals in the number of geocoded tweets as a proportion of that country’s Internet population

Why You Need to Use Social Media Marketing – Numbers Don’t Lie @Growsmartbiz

The opportunities available using the Internet and Social Media to grow your Brand and to become more visible to your target market; enables you to reach more people interested in your products and services faster, more effectively without the huge marketing budget that traditional media requires. Social Media + Lead Generation Opportunities = New Clients […]

This Is Why You Will Have A Career In Social Media @markwschaefer

This is Why You Will Have a Career in Social Media I,m about to make a prediction that surprises even me. Social media management will not be absorbed into most company marketing departments and instead will emerge as a stand-alone professional discipline. I know I’m sounding like some wild-eyed social media hype master here but […]

Three Steps to Social Media WIN RT @Econsultancy

Sound Advice ! Amplify’d from 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 […]

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7 Step B2B Social Media Content Sharing Strategy | Social Media B2B

Kipp Bodnar I am in agreement with Kipp; sharing is definitely a key factor when it comes to Social Media. I have taken the main points from Kipp’s post: “When it comes to the social web people often spend too much time talking about the applications and not nearly enough about the content that fuels […]