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JANUARY 24, 2008 [Digg, Focus Group] Kevin Rose and Jay Adelson Respond to Digg Complaints
An emergency Drill Down episode was held where numerous Digg users, including regular hosts Andy ( MrBabyman ), Reg ( zaibatsu ), and Muhammad ( msaleem ) spoke with other Digg users, including David Cohn ( DigiDave ), Karim ( supernova17 ), JD Rucker ( oboy ), and Jay Fowler ( SilentJay74 ). This will give other users a chance at getting exposure on Digg. Digg (Humor.Kind
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DECEMBER 21, 2010 [Digg, Focus Group] Seven Ways to Use Social Media for Business
From a pure lead generation / ROI standpoint, this skepticism isn’t entirely unjustified; research from earlier this year showed that branding metrics (increased brand exposure, webs traffic, email subscribers partnerships)—not strict revenue or ROI measures—topped the list of benefits that b2b marketers realized from social media activities. Perform competitive and market research.
JANUARY 4, 2011 | DARMANO.TYPEPAD.COM
[Digg, Focus Group] Deconstructing Your Social Business Plan For 2011
DECEMBER 21, 2010 | WEBBIQUITY SMM
[Digg, Focus Group] Seven Ways to Use Social Media for Business
NOVEMBER 23, 2010 | WEBBIQUITY SMM
[Digg, Focus Group] 5 Reasons I’m Thankful for Social Media
MAY 26, 2010 | BILL HARTZER
[Digg, Focus Group] Monitoring Your Company’s Brand Online with MutualMind
MAY 18, 2010 | TECHIPEDIA: TAMAR WEINBERG
[Digg, Focus Group] 10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Killer Social Media Strategy
APRIL 27, 2010 | BILL HARTZER
[Digg, Focus Group] Why Do Customers Tattoo Themselves with the Brands They Love?
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MAY 18, 2010 [Digg, Focus Group] 10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Killer Social Media Strategy
Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Marketing , Social Media > 10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Killer Social Media Strategy 10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Killer Social Media Strategy by Tamar Weinberg on May 18, 2010 Share This is a guest post by Beth Hrusch. Why do businesses need social media? What are your goals?
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APRIL 27, 2010 [Digg, Focus Group] Why Do Customers Tattoo Themselves with the Brands They Love?
And what can marketers and brand managers learn from them? Most acts of unabashed brand loyalty are a genuine mystery to marketers: Why do customers anxiously camp outside IKEA grand openings? Although tattooing brand logos and imagery may seem too extreme to marketers, these outliers represent a brand’s choir. You only “get the message” if you’re part of that group. 2.
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JANUARY 4, 2011 [Digg, Focus Group] Deconstructing Your Social Business Plan For 2011
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MARCH 8, 2010 [Digg, Focus Group] Indian Companies on Twitter – A Usage Study
Quotes from the Money Life article Iffort’s report states that usage of Twitter will penetrate more organisations, and more firms and customers will start using this social networking tool.Conversations between users and brands which are managed by humans with an emotional quotient will continue to boost Indian marketing efforts. Though looking for some more deeper analysis on the sales front or on overall impact on business (may be more qualitative, focus groups / individual interviews from the CEOs or MDs of the most activities companies on twitter). Theme: Pressrow
BILL HARTZER | WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 2010 [Digg, Focus Group] Monitoring Your Company’s Brand Online with MutualMind
Some people think they can just send out a couple of surveys , or do a few focus groups , and gather all the information they need about the public’s opinion about their products. While these are useful ways to gather marketing and demographic data , you still need to know what people are saying behind closed doors. MutualMind is a highly innovative and dynamic web application that helps marketing firms and public relation firms monitor the “word on the street in regards to brands that they are following – both your own, and your competitors. MORE >>
WEBBIQUITY SMM | TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2010 [Digg, Focus Group] 5 Reasons I’m Thankful for Social Media
Now I routinely trade updates and information with smart marketers and other interesting people across North America as well as in the UK, Belgium, France, Germany, South Africa, India, Thailand, Malaysia, The Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and elsewhere. Sure, surveys and focus groups still have their place, but you can learn a lot from what they’re saying in social media circles. Social media makes marketing more fun. Digg this! With the annual celebration of Thanksgiving upon us here in the U.S., How did we do this before? Real people. MORE >>
GEMMA WENT | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2010 [Digg, Focus Group] Kill The Five Year Plan: Is It Time To Unplan Your Business?
That approach equips companies to be agile enough to change and react rapidly to fluctuating market conditions. Iteration is key – you don’t need focus groups any more, you can launch an idea in beta, test it, get reaction and adjust your model in days. It’s about being enterprising; being prepared to change tack or rip up the plan to win an opportunity or reflect market demand. He’s helped both big brands and small enterprises with the launch of new ventures, taking ideas to market. Just like that. So find a new way to plan your new business ideas. MORE >>
BUZZ MARKETING FOR TECHNOLOGY | MONDAY, JULY 7, 2008 [Digg, Focus Group] Nuggets from Social Media workshops as of late. : Community Group Therapy
What is the outside-in approach at each phase in the lifecycle today and then focus on how to make that better (and connect that to business measures that matter). So, don’t get paralyzed by the cross group challenges - move it forward and determine where the opportunities to improve customer experience are for what “you control and drive progress there - then fan out with your early successes. 4) None of the following are community platforms: Wikis, Blogs or Forums. Emergence Marketing. marketing. Influencer Marketing: An Oxymoron? marketing. MORE >>
TECHIPEDIA: TAMAR WEINBERG | THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2009 [Digg, Focus Group] When is Brand Evangelism a Crime? Exploring the Royal Caribbean.
Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Marketing , Opinion , Social Media , Viral Marketing > When is Brand Evangelism a Crime? Exploring the Royal Caribbean Promotional Marketing Strategy When is Brand Evangelism a Crime? In my upcoming book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web ( Amazon link ), which is slated to be released in late Spring, I talk about the importance of brand evangelism as part of an effective community management strategy. Why not encourage the spread of goodwill? hope so. MORE >>
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