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The social media strategy series: Is social media right for your.

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If you have any questions, pop them in the comments below. Video: Vital statistics for B2B marketers → 15 Comments leave one → Scott Gould permalink 21/07/2010 10:58 pm Grest content Gemma – very, very useful. Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe The social media strategy series: Is social media right for your business?

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The social media strategy series: Getting Buy In « The Cube

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As always, I’d welcome any comments below, particularly if you’ve really struggled with this. → 6 Comments leave one → Peter Kay permalink 02/09/2010 10:06 pm Another great post Gemma. If you missed the first one, Is social media right for your business? , pop back and have a read before reading this one. This, my friends, is the tricky part. Twitter? Linked In?

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The social media strategy series: Finding your audiences « The Cube

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If you know of any other ways to find people on social networks, please let us know in the comments box below. Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe The social media strategy series: Finding your audiences 02/09/2010 tags: social media strategy by Gemma Went The next post in our social media strategy series is all about finding your audiences.

The social media strategy series: Identifying goals and objectives.

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As always, I’d welcome any comments below. Social Media Marketing for Business: Presentation → 6 Comments leave one → JBBC permalink 25/08/2010 11:49 am Gemma, this has been an excellent series. Next up: Identifying Goals and Objectives. If you missed the first two head here. Identifying your objectives for social media is essential. And nobody wants that. what a year!

More Isn't Always Merrier

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Social Media ← Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week Tip of the week: Nutshell Mail → One Comment leave one → Trackbacks More Isn’t Always Merrier « The Musings of a Twenty-Something Click here to cancel reply. The straight-forward answer, is no. what a year!

The real life social network

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Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe The real life social network 09/07/2010 tags: Social Media , the real life social network by Gemma Went I stumbled upon this fantastic presentation by Paul Adams. It totals 216 pages in all, but don’t be put off by that, it’s definitely worth the time investment. There are also some interesting stats.

Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Top 10 links of the Week ← Social Marketing Analytics: a great report from Altimeter Social Media Revolution – A Refresh → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Enjoy. How to Sell Without a Sales Pitch Shut up and listen: the importance of truly hearing feedback. Did you enjoy this post?

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Case Study Crunch: IT and Technical

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Case Study Crunch , Marketing , Social Media ← Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week Tip of the week: some great advice for small businesses from Emma Harrison → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Hope they’re useful. Social Media Today // 24-05-10. Dyn Inc.

Another great deck to share: Six Digital Trends To Watch « The Cube

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Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Marketing ← The real life social network The Social Media Strategy Series → 4 Comments leave one → Steve Rubel permalink 16/07/2010 3:16 am Thank you for being a fan. From the tons of comments on your articles, I guess I am not the only one having all the enjoyment here! Keep up the good work. keep up the good work.

Top 10 Social Media, PR and Marketing Links of the Month

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How to promote your blog → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. So in place of this I give you the Top 10 Social Media, PR and Marketing Links of the Month. hope they’re useful. And a big thanks for the feedback, it was most welcome. Then you might like to  subscribe by email or RSS to future posts, delivered straight to you. Leave a Reply Who writes this stuff?

Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Top 10 links of the Week ← Social Media Revolution – A Refresh Case Study Crunch: Social Media Case Studies in Food & Drink, Part 1 → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Here are last week’s top 10 social media, marketing and pr links. Steps That Get Big Shots to Answer Your Email.

Social Marketing Analytics: a great report from Altimeter

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Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Measurement , Social Media ← Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. This white paper from Altimeter looks at this in detail, exploring Altimeter’s framework for measuring results in social media.

Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Top 10 links of the Week ← Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week Social Marketing Analytics: a great report from Altimeter → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Happy reading. Then you might like to  subscribe by email or RSS to future posts, delivered straight to you.

Unlocking the value of Foursquare « The Cube

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Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Marketing , Social Media ← Cube Conversation: We talk social media/digital engagement with Rich Baker Steve Rubel interviews Scott Monty on Ford’s Social Media Strategy → 4 Comments leave one → Luke permalink 29/01/2010 9:55 pm I’m a newbie 4sq user and the biggest outage I see so far is that I can check-in anywhere. Reply Gemma Went permalink * 30/01/2010 7:54 pm Hi Luke, thanks for your comment. understand your comment about restaurateurs being too busy in some areas. Well done so far. what a year!

Bad grammar, bad spelling: Is language as we know it, changing.

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This attention to detail on something so trivial and the irony of the first comment pleased me greatly. → 32 Comments leave one → Steve Ward permalink 19/07/2010 9:38 am There’s no good excuse for it Gemma – it’s pure laziness in a fast paced world. But it also got me thinking about an issue I have with language today. You can see the tweet here. No chance.

Retuning your Twitter dials

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Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Twitter ← The social media strategy series: Metrics and Measurement Which are the top tools and apps: The results → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. My Twitter streams had become populated by a few over sharers and I was missing out on important updates from people I’m keen to connect with. Winner. what a year!

The Strategy Series

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If I’ve not included anything in this list that you’d like to see covered, let me know in the comments below. → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. After receiving a bunch of questions and having some great conversations on the subject, I was prompted to write a series on it, covering each aspect of how I develop a strategy. Well were nice like that.If

Feedback please people

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All feedback welcome in the comments box below. Reply Gemma Went permalink * 23/06/2010 8:09 am Thanks for responding Trevor Reply Gemma Went permalink * 23/06/2010 8:10 am Im going to leave this comment from Paul Sutton here myself (he sent it on Twitter). I’d like to collate them all in one place: Paul Sutton: For me the top 10 posts dominate & I never read them.

Stop charging towards the future and drink in today « The Cube

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Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week → 13 Comments leave one → Steve Ward, CloudNine Media Recruitment permalink 17/06/2010 10:58 am What a fantastic idea Gemma – work life seriously does get cluttered with so much attention, demands and blind routine, that you forget to get away for some fresh air for some clear thinking. needed some space to think.

Tip of the week: some great advice for small businesses from Emma.

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Business advice , Marketing , Tip of the Week ← Case Study Crunch: Social Media Case Studies in IT and Technical Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week → 2 Comments leave one → Emma harrison permalink 29/05/2010 9:22 am Ta for the mention. I was soooo scared at the Albert hall.

Top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Top 10 links of the Week ← Case Study Crunch: Social Media Case Studies in Food & Drink, Part 1 Case Study Crunch: Social Media Case Studies in IT and Technical → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. As promised, here are our top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last week.

Here are the top 10 social media, marketing and pr links from last.

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We can also chat there if you like Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Top 10 links of the Week ← Tip of the week: Nutshell Mail Survey: Blogging within the architecture, design and construction industries → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Hope they’re useful. Did you enjoy this post? Leave a Reply Who writes this stuff? Well were nice like that.If

Key content marketing trends for 2010

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Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Blogging , Content Marketing , Marketing , Social Media ← 10 ideas for the new decade : David Armano Cube Conversation: We talk social media/digital engagement with Rich Baker → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe Key content marketing trends for 2010 24/01/2010 tags: 2010 trends , Content Marketing , Measurement , mobile , ROI , Social Media by Gemma Went This is a great resource for us marketing folk. Well were nice like that.If

On Saturday night I was having a few drinks in a lovely Soho pub.

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This attention to detail on something so trivial and the irony of the first comment pleased me greatly. → 32 Comments leave one → Steve Ward permalink 19/07/2010 9:38 am There’s no good excuse for it Gemma – it’s pure laziness in a fast paced world. But it also got me thinking about an issue I have with language today. You can see the tweet here. No chance.

Survey results: The top Twitter tools and apps « The Cube

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Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Social Media , Tools and Apps , Twitter ← Which are the top tools and apps: The results One blogger likes this post No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. The first post covered general social media tools. This second installment looks at the best Twitter tools, something you guys have been asking a lot about recently. what a year!

Which are the top tools and apps: The results « The Cube

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couple of people commented on the inaccurate data coming from Klout, which seems to be a common conversation of late. 80 people responded (you have no idea how long it took to get the final 1, I was never going to be satisfied with 79) and the feedback was great. I did offer a bribe, erm, incentive to encourage people to get involved: A £40 voucher for Amazon. And now onto the survey. clout.

Which are the top business tools and apps?

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Click here to take survey If you have any comments, feel free to pop them below. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Social Media ← Top 10 Social Media, PR and Marketing Links of the Month: August The social media strategy series: Developing tactics → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. The only way of finding that out is to … ASK. what a year!

Top 10 Social Media, PR and Marketing Links of the Month: August.

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Items to Delete From Your Website Today PR’s Use of Digital Media Think negative comments/reviews online hurt your company? → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Pleased that a post on good website practice is number one, something often overlooked but so important. Need to monitor your web ranking accurately? We can also chat there if you like. what a year!

The social media strategy series: Developing tactics « The Cube

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hope that was useful, if you have any comments pop them below. The social media strategy series: Metrics and Measurement → 2 Comments leave one → Trackbacks Page not found « The Cube The social media strategy series: Metrics and Measurement « The Cube Click here to cancel reply. Next up we’re looking at the tactics. Are there a few people you can use?

The #CommsChat Social Media Strategy Special

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GemmaWent Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Social Media , Strategy ← Social Media Marketing for Business: Presentation A framework for measuring social media → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. My topic of choice is, of course, social media strategy. Well it made sense while I’m in the middle of my social media strategy series. what a year!

A framework for measuring social media « The Cube

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Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe A framework for measuring social media 24/08/2010 by Gemma Went Measuring social media and ROI are hot topics right now. Hotter than hot in fact. How are you measuring your activities? Did you enjoy this post? Then you might like to  subscribe by email or RSS to future posts, delivered straight to you.

Social Media Marketing for Business: Presentation « The Cube

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Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe Social Media Marketing for Business: Presentation 20/08/2010 tags: Jeff Bullas , social media marketing by Gemma Went I found this great overview of the benefits of using social media marketing for business in my daily trawl of Google Reader. Did you enjoy this post? We can also chat there if you like.

Do You Know Who's Watching You?

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Infographic by WordStream Internet Marketing Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit from → Marketing ← Top 10 Social Media, PR and Marketing Links of the Month: July The social media strategy series: Identifying goals and objectives → No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. 13/08/2010 by Gemma Went We all know the internet is a wonderful thing. Well were nice like that.If

Top 10 Social Media, PR and Marketing Links of the Month

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→ No comments yet Click here to cancel reply. Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe Top 10 Social Media, PR and Marketing Links of the Month: July 10/08/2010 tags: top 10 social media marketing pr links by Gemma Went Ok, so I’m back and this is a little late … apologies dear readers.  Im off. Well were nice like that.If

The importance of taking a break. Im off.

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As much as I’m an advocate of scheduling tweets through Hootsuite, I still place greater importance on engagement, and how can I respond to replies and comments or engage with you whilst I’m offline? Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe The importance of taking a break. Im off. My first since starting Red Cube (over 2 years.

Video: Vital statistics for B2B marketers

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The social media strategy series: Getting Buy In → One Comment leave one → Trackbacks Vital statistics for B2B marketers – The case study « Earnest about B2B Click here to cancel reply. It’s a very well put together video that packs a stats punch, perfect for those B2B companies pondering whether social media is right for them. Leave a Reply Who writes this stuff?

So you've got a blog, now what? How to promote your bloggo

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Comment on other, relevant blogs Find other blogs within your niche and comment there, adding the link to your blog. Social media is very much about reciprocity, so you’ll find that the authors of those blogs you comment on may well head over to your blog and comment there themselves. Then add it there and encourage comments. It looks great. Readers.