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How to Create a Thriving B2B Advocacy Community

Convince & Convert

jtroyer Tweet This Giving Back to Your Top Influencers Back in 2003, VMware ‘s online community was centered around a forum. Today, despite the fractured social media landscape, their community still has one central home on the web: the VMware Community site.

Why More Members, Money, and Ads Don’t Always Mean More Success: A B2B Marketer’s Survival Guide

Webbiquity SMM

How can the respective histories and behaviors of these two companies inform the best practices for B2B marketers? The two companies were created six months apart; Myspace was founded in August 2003 and by July 2005 was bought by News Corp for 580 million dollars.

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The Rise of the Do-Leaders

Koka Sexton

A few that were VERY upset that I was somehow putting them down with my post and degrading them in the overall community. When you are seen as a leader and you tell companies, clients, customers you have real world experience DOing the job, the expectation is that you are being honest.

Stories From Smaller Nonprofits ~ Bags of Hope Project

Diva Marketing Blog

Even in this generous season of giving the small NPOs too often get lost among big campaigns of nonprofits with larger budgets. This important community initiative brings internet safety presentations to schools, neighborhood groups and other community organizations.

Stories From Smaller Nonprofits ~ Bags of Hope Project

Diva Marketing Blog

Even in this generous season of giving the small NPOs too often get lost among big campaigns of nonprofits with larger budgets. This important community initiative brings internet safety presentations to schools, neighborhood groups and other community organizations.

Social Media’s Redheaded Stepchild

Jeff Esposito

This is easy to understand given the fact that the HR community as well as PR people were among the dominant early adopters of the platform going back to its 2003 launch. LinkedIn allows organizations/companies to create a branded page where people can learn more about an organization, its staff, products and services for sale, or “follow” the organization so that they can receive timely updates on new happenings or staff changes. This is a guest post from Larry Jones.