5 Great Social Media Initiatives in 2010

Mindjumpers

Much has happened and many new features, services and platforms has seen it light or been developed during 2010 – and it has led to much writing here on our blog. Tweet It has been a great year for social media.

Top Posts About Social Media During 2010

Mindjumpers

Tweet A t Mindjumpers.com, we publish blog posts everyday. During the year of 2010, we have gained more readers on our blog, which we of course are very happy about. Earlier, we wrote about this new platform on our blog, so now I think it’s time to take a closer look at About.me

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How People Made 2010 What It Was

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali How People Made 2010 What It Was December 31st, 2010 Tweet Just a few more hours before we put our 2010 calendars away and start our New Year, eh?

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Blog World 2010 Recap – My Notes and Experiences

Kikolani

I have returned from Blog World Expo 2010 with new friends, 30 pages of notes, tons of pictures, two magazines, three books, a blank journal, a nice stack of business cards, four buttons, stickers, a yo-yo, and, most importantly, an elevated enthusiasm for the world of blogging and social media.

The Bees Awards Winners 2010

Mindjumpers

Tweet Earlier we wrote about The Bees Awards on the blog , which is the 1st international social media competition for marketing and communications professionals. Best Use of a Micro-Blogging Platform: Phéromone, the interaction agency.

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Top Social Media and Marketing Books of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

Since you don’t want to take the chance of buying a sleeper however, or a book that’s inappropriate for the recipient, here are nine ideas—books reviewed on the Webbiquity blog this year. Stumped for that last-minute Christmas idea?

10 Best Posts of 2010

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Far and away one of the best blog posts I wrote this year was on the new 4′c of B2B Marketing – it was read over 15,000 times and 3X more popular than the next most read blog post of the year. The four P’s were created mainly to describe the ideal “marketing mix.”.

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Online Marketing Predictions for 2010 [eBook]

Justin Levy

Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Online Marketing Predictions for 2010 [eBook] Written on January 1, 2010 by Justin Levy in ebooks , marketing , social media 13 Comments - Leave a comment! Recently, Jason Peck of eWayDirect asked me and a handful of other people what our 2010 online marketing predictions were. Want to know what some of my predictions are for 2010?

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Link Love Monthly: Best of September 2010

SocialFish

7 Things That Blogging Does (Mitch Joel). The Learning Evangelist - new association blog by Kathi Edwards. Association Chat – new blog for #assnchat. The Attention Stream: Keeping Your Market Engaged in a Constant Stream of Content… (ClickZ). Flowtown Blog).

The 2010 Social Network Map | Mindjumpers

Mindjumpers

Click map to view larger image Similar Posts: 3 Infographics on Why You Should Use Social Networks as Marketing Tools Will iTunes’ Ping Be a Success? Jens says: August 16, 2010 at 12:53 pm What about all of the non-english like QQ (+400 mill.

Link Love Monthly: Best of February 2010

SocialFish

Reorder the Sections on Your LinkedIn Profile: Now You’re in Control (LinkedIn Blog). Flickr Blog). Corporate Blog Success Starts And Ends With Business Metrics (Jason Falls). Doing Good is the New Measure of Success (Hourglass Blog). Luzinteruptus (Flickr Blog).

My Favorite 2010 Search & Social Awards Nominees

Kikolani

Nominees for Best SEO Blog of 2010. Here are my favorite SEO (Search Engine Optimization) blogs out of the 22 nominees listed. Daily SEO Tip is a blog that covers everything from SEO, link building, social media, blogging, and keyword tools. SEM Group Blog.

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Best Social PR Guides and Tips of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Read on to learn how social media is changing PR, how pitching bloggers is different from traditional media outreach, how to optimize press releases for search and online distribution, which tools should be in your social PR toolbox and more here in some of the best articles and blog posts on social PR of 2010 so far. by MediaPost Marketing Daily Commentary. Pros & Cons of Applying Social Media to Traditional PR Campaigns by Howell Marketing Strategies.

Link Love Monthly: Best of November 2010 [experimental]

SocialFish

Theoretically speaking, the quality of the list should be more or less the same, because I’ve already filtered the sources and read lots of great blogs, and I trust my network. Why We Still Need Real Social Media Strategists (Very Official Blog).

Best Business Blogging Tips and Guides of 2010 (So Far), Part 2

Webbiquity SMM

How can you craft more compelling blog headlines? How can you get more links to your blog? Find the answers to those questions and others here in more of the best guides to business blogging of 2010 so far. Blog Optimization, Post Title SEO & Deadeye Targeting by aimClear. Annabel Candy details eight traits to cultivate for blogging success, such as being concise, focused and persistent. Meaningful Metrics for B2B Blogging by Proteus B2B Marketing.

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Link Love Monthly: Best of October 2010

SocialFish

4 ways keywords can drive your blog’s editorial calendar (SmartBlog on Social Media). 6 Ways to Optimize Your Blog for Search Engines (Social Media Examiner). Top 10 Ways to Follow The Right People On Twitter (Flowtown Blog). Why your social media marketing campaigns aren’t working. How to be a data journalist (Data Blog). Introducing LinkedIn Labs (LinkedIn Blog). The Future of Nonprofit Technology: Some Predictions (NTEN Blog).

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5 Favorite Lists of Bloggers and Marketing Experts in 2010

Kikolani

In 2010, there have been some amazing compilations of bloggers and marketing experts created in order to help you find new sources of information on blogging, business, social media, Internet marketing, and making money online. 100 Marketers You Must Follow on Twitter – This list contains the main blogs, Twitter ID’s, and other major accomplishments by top marketers in the industry. Emphasizing following options for your blog.

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Link Love Monthly: Best of January 2010

SocialFish

I’m using tag keywords that we already do or will regularly use here, so later on if you want more in any particular category, do a search in the search box on this blog and you should get some more good stuff. Essential Social Media Connections For Your Blog (John Haydon). 9 Critical Stats To Measure On Your Blog (Day 3) (John Haydon). Ratings in Google search ads address trust (Chief Marketing Technologist). The BrandBuilder Blog).

The Most Popular NFL Teams on Twitter and Facebook: 2010 Season

Adam Sherk

Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk The Most Popular NFL Teams on Twitter and Facebook: 2010 Season by Adam Sherk on September 15, 2010 With a new football season under way I thought I’d take a look again at the NFL teams that have attracted the largest following to their official Twitter profiles and Facebook pages. The usual caveats: Social media isn’t a popularity contest and reach does not equal influence, engagement or action These figures will quickly be out-of-date (they probably were before I could hit the “publish” button) But those things aside, it is interesting to take a snapshot at various times for the purposes of comparison. And since I did the same thing in November 2009 I can now provide some growth percentages too. Twitter Let’s start with Twitter. Here are the 32 NFL teams’ official profiles ranked by number of followers: Twitter followers (Sept 10) Increase since Nov 09 1 New England Patriots 47,144 56.94% 2 San Diego Chargers 42,067 47.77% 3 Dallas Cowboys 40,709 314.30% 4 New York Jets 36,109 128.22% 5 Oakland Raiders 33,803 77.49% 6 San Francisco 49ers 33,588 85.58% 7 Minnesota Vikings 32,329 93.94% 8 Miami Dolphins 31,487 83.88% 9 Cincinnati Bengals 28,342 104.81% 10 Green Bay Packers 25,025 123.04% 11 Denver Broncos 23,331 104.46% 12 Chicago Bears 23,187 116.82% 13 Atlanta Falcons 20,877 74.62% 14 Tennessee Titans 19,696 70.81% 15 Cleveland Browns 18,965 147.68% 16 Seattle Seahawks 18,483 89.39% 17 Baltimore Ravens 17,775 82.53% 18 Kansas City Chiefs 16,673 67.57% 19 Buffalo Bills 16,168 73.79% 20 New Orleans Saints 15,452 N/A 21 Washington Redskins 11,578 N/A 22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10,464 122.92% 23 Houston Texans 10,416 241.84% 24 Carolina Panthers 10,090 93.74% 25 Detroit Lions 9,035 243.14% 26 Jacksonville Jaguars 8,190 129.41% 27 St. Louis Rams 7,719 143.81% 28 Philadelphia Eagles 1,315 N/A Arizona Cardinals No official profile N/A Indianapolis Colts No official profile N/A New York Giants No official profile N/A Pittsburgh Steelers No official profile N/A The New England Patriots are still #1 (they held first place last season too) with the San Diego Chargers and the Dallas Cowboys close behind. From there the follower numbers start slowing dropping. Quite a few teams have fewer than 20K followers and several are still below 10K. The Philadelphia Eagles have yet to reach 2K followers which seems very low for a sports-crazy town, but their official profile is fairly new. An EaglesInsider profile (that looks semi-official) with 5,300+ followers has been around longer. It was surprising to see four teams still without official profiles. The Giants and Cardinals do have official representatives on Twitter ( giantspathanlon and cardschatter ) but no official team profiles. And I’m not sure what’s up with the Steelers and Colts (please correct me if I somehow missed theirs). In terms of percentage increase since last year the Cowboys have seen the largest growth. The Detroit Lions and Houston Texans have also grown considerably but their total counts are still comparatively low. The Saints and Redskins did not have official profiles last November so I did not include a growth percentage for them. Facebook So how about Facebook? Here are the NFL team pages ranked by number of fans: Facebook fans (Sept 10) Increase since Nov 09 1 Dallas Cowboys 1,281,008 N/A 2 Pittsburgh Steelers 835,311 104.59% 3 New Orleans Saints 758,190 N/A 4 Chicago Bears 711,778 91.55% 5 New England Patriots 690,981 381.31% 6 Minnesota Vikings 505,632 150.21% 7 Indianapolis Colts 466,801 132.12% 8 Green Bay Packers 382,521 106.13% 9 Philadelphia Eagles 322,469 89.56% 10 Washington Redskins 315,059 85.20% 11 San Diego Chargers 312,338 130.39% 12 Miami Dolphins 289,166 98.48% 13 Denver Broncos 280,754 236.37% 14 San Francisco 49ers 251,023 206.31% 15 Cincinnati Bengals 248,917 261.51% 16 Seattle Seahawks 215,482 92.79% 17 New York Jets 194,627 303.04% 18 Baltimore Ravens 177,342 209.10% 19 Cleveland Browns 173,915 331.34% 20 Kansas City Chiefs 171,957 207.82% 21 Detroit Lions 130,742 217.20% 22 Buffalo Bills 120,594 123.09% 23 Houston Texans 106,453 234.79% 24 Arizona Cardinals 103,605 215.52% 25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 99,729 152.68% 26 Tennessee Titans 86,930 174.54% 27 Atlanta Falcons 67,240 87.64% 28 Jacksonville Jaguars 64,987 116.60% 29 Carolina Panthers 56,425 N/A 30 St. Louis Rams 40,847 154.45% 31 Oakland Raiders 23,075 -61.91% 32 New York Giants No official page N/A The Cowboys are dominating, which is interesting because in November 2009 they did not even have an official page (at least that I could find). The Steelers, Saints, Bears and Patriots also have significant followings. After the Vikings at 500K+ the counts start to drop down. The Oakland Raiders are interesting in that their official page has only 23,075 fans but an unofficial Raider Nation page has 184,199. I guess that’s a fitting testament to that Oakland fans and their reputation for being a little out of the ordinary. Once again the New York Giants do not have an official presence which is really surprising. There is an unofficial page with over 50K fans but I could not find an official page for the team. In terms of growth, nearly every NFL team has considerably higher fan counts than last year. This is likely connected to the launch of the external Facebook “like” button and the fact that Facebook page promotion is much more prevalent than it was even a year ago. One exception is the Raiders, but I believe this is because I used the figure from the unofficial Raiders page in my 2009 post. I don’t think they had an official page at that time. League-wide the Facebook numbers are much higher than Twitter which makes sense considering Facebook’s larger user base and adoption rate. Combined Reach For one final comparison I’ve ranked the NFL teams by combined Twitter and Facebook following: Total (Twitter & Facebook Combined) Increase since Nov 09 1 Dallas Cowboys 1,321,717 13351.22% 2 Pittsburgh Steelers 835,311 104.59% 3 New Orleans Saints 773,642 N/A 4 New England Patriots 738,125 325.18% 5 Chicago Bears 734,965 92.25% 6 Minnesota Vikings 537,961 145.92% 7 Indianapolis Colts 466,801 132.12% 8 Green Bay Packers 407,546 107.09% 9 San Diego Chargers 354,405 116.05% 10 Washington Redskins 326,637 92.01% 11 Philadelphia Eagles 323,784 90.33% 12 Miami Dolphins 320,653 96.95% 13 Denver Broncos 304,085 220.51% 14 San Francisco 49ers 284,611 184.47% 15 Cincinnati Bengals 277,259 235.29% 16 Seattle Seahawks 233,965 92.51% 17 New York Jets 230,736 259.90% 18 Baltimore Ravens 195,117 190.74% 19 Cleveland Browns 192,880 302.03% 20 Kansas City Chiefs 188,630 186.62% 21 Detroit Lions 139,777 218.75% 22 Buffalo Bills 136,762 115.85% 23 Houston Texans 116,869 235.41% 24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 110,193 149.52% 25 Tennessee Titans 106,626 146.85% 26 Arizona Cardinals 103,605 215.52% 27 Atlanta Falcons 88,117 84.38% 28 Jacksonville Jaguars 73,177 117.96% 29 Carolina Panthers 66,515 1177.17% 30 Oakland Raiders 56,878 -28.57% 31 St. Louis Rams 48,566 152.70% 32 New York Giants No official profile or page N/A The Cowboys’ large Facebook fan base was more than enough to give them the #1 overall spot. The Steelers, Saints, Patriots and Bears are also doing very well. That’s impressive considering the Steelers do not have an official Twitter profile and the Saints did not have an official presence on either Twitter or Facebook last year. All the teams have seen significant total growth since last November (excluding the Raiders exception), and the Cowboys and Panthers percentages are through the roof. Related posts: The Most Popular NFL Teams on Twitter and Facebook The Most Popular NBA Teams on Twitter and Facebook The Most Popular MLB Teams on Twitter and Facebook NBA Playoff Teams Ranked by Facebook Page Engagement Social Media Super Bowl: Which Team Has More Reach? Leave a Comment Subscribe (1-2 posts per week) Connect with Me Recent Posts Which News Sites Get the Most Social Media Engagement? What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964? The Most Popular NFL Teams on Twitter and Facebook: 2010 Season Pew Research News Survey: Findings on Search Engines, Social Networks and Twitter Why the News Business Isn’t Profitable Categories Public Relations Publishing SEO Social Media Popular Posts The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases Facebook Pages: Which News Sites Get the Most Engagement? Free Tools for Monitoring Hot Search Trends Google News Optimization Tips Survey: Twitter Less than 1% of Traffic to Newspapers and Magazines; Facebook 1% Syndication Best Practices: Reduce the Risk of Being Outranked for Your Own Content The Most Popular NFL Teams on Twitter and Facebook Real-time Search Optimization for News Sites 25 Major News Sites Ranked by Page Speed Social Media Dominates 2010 PR Planning, But SEO Increasingly in the Mix The Most Popular MLB Teams on Twitter and Facebook The Most Popular NBA Teams on Twitter and Facebook Search Where I Work About Adam Sherk Adam Sherk is a SEO and PR strategist, helping news and content sites with enterprise SEO, audience development, public relations and social media marketing. Adam is part of the Define Search Strategies consulting team, which is owned by The New York Times Company. 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What You Can Learn From H&M's Use Of Social Media | Mindjumpers

Mindjumpers

Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Facebook Marketing Drive Sales Diesel Kicks Ass With New Campaign! The really loyal fans are probably the best marketers you’ve got.

My 2010 Resolutions

Taylor Marek

Home About Contact Archives Testimonials Speaking Podcast Chat LIVE Social Media Vault My Inner Circle Plugins eBook Hire Me My 2010 Resolutions January 31, 2010 by Taylor Marek Ok, before all of you start throwing bananas at me, let me say one thing… I originally didn’t want to make any New Year Resolutions! Those are my resolutions for the year 2010.

50 (of the) Best Twitter Guides, Stats, Tips and Tools of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

You’ll find the answers to these questions and many more here in 50 of the best Twitter tools, posts, how-to guides and rants of 2010 so far. Successful Twitter Marketing Strategies by Social Media Optimization. 7 Insanely Useful Ways to Search Twitter for Marketing by OPEN Forum.

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Blogging and Social Media Goals for 2010

Kikolani

Here are some of my goals in blogging and social media for 2010. Blogging Goals. This year, two of the most important things I want to focus on in the blogging arena is content and community. Therefore, my goals in blogging are as follows. Create a schedule using Google Calendar for weekly posting on all blogs, including: 2 posts + Fetching Friday on Kikolani. 1 post + Freelance Friday on my Freelance Blog. Regular blog commenting.

35 (of the) Best Guides to Facebook Marketing, Advertising, Search and More of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Also included are a few posts from Facebook proponents, and skeptics, to help you determine if you even really need to be concerned with any of this — or if your social media marketing efforts might be best directed elsewhere. Facebook Marketing Tips and Tactics. How to set up a Facebook fan page that works by Direct Creative Blog. Facebook Marketing Tips: Make the Most of Your Fan Page by TopRank Online Marketing Blog. Facebook Marketing Strategy.

78 (of the) Best Social Media Marketing Tips, Guides, Tools and Strategies of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

With the amount of helpful content about social media marketing growing faster than Facebook’s user base or Lindsay Lohan’s court appearances, it’s tough to keep up. Social Media Marketing Tips, Tactics and Guides. Andrew Ran Wong provides a valuable list of productivity tips for Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, Google and other social networks to help readers get more done in less time. 10 Essential Social Media Tips for B2B Marketers by Mashable.

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Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2010

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

2010 by far was the biggest year yet in the Internet Marketing realm. Here’s how I do it : I read and review hundreds — thousands — of articles yearly, on all Internet Marketing topics from SEO to social media to general entrepreneurship (new for 2010!),

Election 2010: GetUp Tony Abbott Mashup

Laurel Papworth

In 2007 I blogged on Kevin07 portal: We will see more of ‘static portal hybrid hosted social networks’ for a while – companies and government distancing themselves from the challenges of social networks by outsourcing to social network platforms. Laurel Papworth´s last blog.

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11 Myths of Social Media Marketing

Webbiquity SMM

Though social media marketing is rapidly advancing in terms of adoption and sophistication, many marketers and business executives still struggle with it. This confusion is partly due to some still-common misconceptions about social media marketing. Social media marketing is new.

Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Data junkies, stats addicts, web trivia buffs rejoice — here are a deluge of social media, search and other marketing research facts and figures from 50 articles and blog posts published so far in 2010. How are marketers planning to allocate budgets this year?

Top SocialFish posts of 2010

SocialFish

Just wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone who reads, shares, comments on, tweets and otherwise supports our SocialFishing blog. Thank you to you for making this blog as amazing a resource as it is! The Science of Social Media Marketing.

Understanding Word-of-Mouth Marketing: 5 Reasons Why People Share.

Mindjumpers

Like Mindjumpers, he is associated with Social Marketing Forum. And so has word-of-mouth marketing. But with the arrival of digital channels and social media, word-of-mouth is increasingly used for marketing purposes. says: August 17, 2010 at 7:21 pm [.]

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Election 2010: GetUp Tony Abbott Mashup

Laurel Papworth

In 2007 I blogged on Kevin07 portal: We will see more of ‘static portal hybrid hosted social networks’ for a while – companies and government distancing themselves from the challenges of social networks by outsourcing to social network platforms.

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Live-Blogging Mesh Marketing #mm10

Dave Fleet

Tweet Edelman (my employer) is a long-time sponsor of Mesh and Mesh Marketing. As part of our activities for Mesh Marketing , our team is using ScribbleLive to live-blog the event for people who couldn’t be there. Here’s the feed: Tags: MeshMarketing events meshmarketing

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Why You Need a Blog: Blogs Are The Websites of The Social Media.

Mindjumpers

Like Mindjumpers, he is associated with Social Marketing Forum. You can connect with him on Twitter @Conversionation Many businesses don’t have a blog yet. Too bad since blogs are really social media hubs and more. Blogs play a crucial part in this.

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Judging A Blog Post By Its Cover

Waxing UnLyrical

They might be helpful to you as you continue on your path as a blogging Grasshopper. This is hugely helpful, because each theme is different and, as a result, the way a post looks when published on one blog, might look completely different on another.

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The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases

Adam Sherk

Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk The Most Overused Buzzwords and Marketing Speak in Press Releases by Adam Sherk on June 29, 2010 Unique, one-of-a-kind, best-of-breed…blah, blah, blah. Shane Harmon June 30, 2010 at 4:44 am Great post Adam.

7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Blogging , Marketing > 7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins 7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins by Tamar Weinberg on July 15, 2010 Share This is a guest post by Frank Lee.

Facebook Marketing: Now Available! | Justin Levy

Justin Levy

Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Facebook Marketing: Now Available! Written on June 24, 2010 by Justin Levy in announcements , books , facebook 32 Comments - Leave a comment! What is Facebook Marketing About?

Social Media Marketing Goals & Tools | Mindjumpers

Mindjumpers

Like Mindjumpers, he is associated with Social Marketing Forum. Your website is the hub of your marketing activities. Blogs are hubs of social media marketing activities. How will you improve your overall marketing strategy? Not in DIY social media marketing either.

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Ten Reasons PR Pros Should Blog

Waxing UnLyrical

Image: Chris Lott via Flickr , Creative Commons One of the questions that Joe asked us was what our blogging experience has been like. Once you’ve been blogging for a bit, you’ll start being pitched. Blogging is a strange beast. Blogging has been a part of that.

Social Media Trends in 2010

Freelance Social Media

Social Links Freelance Social Media Social Media Tips and Marketing Blog Home About Contact Subscribe Thoughts on Social Media Trends in 2010 by cinta5 on November 4, 2009 David Armano of HarvardBusiness.org published on Monday what he believes to be the social media trends in 2010.

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100+ Blog Directories and RSS Sites for Promoting Your Blog

Webbiquity SMM

Over time, the top source of traffic for most blogs is search. But two great sources are blog directories and RSS syndication sites. To give credit where it’s due, both the TopRank Online Marketing Blog and Robin Good have provided nice lists in the past, but as changes in the blog directory world can be challenging to keep pace with, both now include dead links and directories that have significantly changed their policies (e.g. Blog URL (e.g.,

Are Blog Comments Dead? | Justin Levy

Justin Levy

Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Are Blog Comments Dead? Written on July 30, 2010 by Justin Levy in blog , community , facebook , interactions , social media , twitter 23 Comments - Leave a comment!