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Top Magazines on Google+ Have Larger Fan Base But Less Engagement Than On Facebook

The Realtime Report

By November 2011, comScore reported that 15.2 The Digital IQ Index®: Magazines report released in June by think tank L2 is a study that ranks magazine brands in 11 categories according to their “competence” in adapting to “the increasingly digital landscape.” ” L2 recently posted details that zero in on the largest magazine communities on Google Plus. Community Size: Impressive.

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Monetization: Social Network Advertising

Laurel Papworth

Social Media Monetization is becoming THE hot issue in online community chatter. Probably because companies are getting past the “why should we care?&# Social Ads are driving down the price of regular online ads: A recent analysis by ComScore shows social networks, primarily Facebook and MySpace, have over the last year drawn an average CPM of only 56 cents, compared to the $2.43 In online communities, we are busy, like we are rushing from one meeting to another.

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This Week in Social Media – 7/24/2013

Social Media Marketing

customers love to complain on Twitter, Flipboard makes users’ magazines available on the Web, the CIPR issues guidance on social media measurement, the mix of journalism and marketing needed in brand newsrooms, the royal fuss over real-time marketing and more, it''s This Week in Social Media. And if you’re on Flipboard, you can get these links in the This Week in Social Media Magazine , which is now available on the Web. Facebook’s Q2 earnings show mobile growth, U.S.

33 (of the) Best Social Media Guides, Tips and Resoures of 2012 So Far

Webbiquity SMM

Given the widespread adoption of social media marketing practices, the “if” and “when” questions seemed to have now been resolved by most midsized and larger companies (and a lot of small companies as well). David Rabjohns says that the top five questions Fortune 500 companies are asking about social media are: • Where are people talking about my brand? • Companies Struggle To Manage Social Media by MediaPost.

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