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Nuggets from Social Media workshops as of late. : Community Group Therapy

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I’ve done a number of workshops the past few months with clients designed to do two primary things: Land a common understanding across the teams involved around what social media, communities and influencer programs really are and more importantly why it matters to a business. The answer is NOT always social media/community - that would be another warning sign if it was. 4) None of the following are community platforms: Wikis, Blogs or Forums. make your own Wink Widget!

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Pinterest for Business: How to Get Started & Be Successful

Sprout Social

Also notice that her bio tells lurkers what she can help them do and offers a free resource to get viewers over to her website. There are successful companies on Pinterest who use branded covers and ones who do not so it is up to you. Should you be using Pinterest for business?

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

Webbiquity SMM

Noting that “Smart and savvy companies have positioned themselves as authoritative experts and trusted sources of information by creating their own content,&# Gordon Plutsky outlines a six-step process for consistently connecting with prospects through relevant, compelling content. A Cheat Sheet to Help You Conquer Social Media by Fast Company. Five Rules for Responsible Social Marketing by Fast Company. You need help from the power users in that community.

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The Social Media Analytics Compass: What and How to Measure

Razor Social

In an audience you will typically have the following: Lurkers – People that monitor what you share but don’t interact. Engagers – These are people that are more active in your community and you’ll start recognizing some of the names. Community Responsiveness.