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14 types of social media every marketer should know

Sprout Social

You could post on community review sites or live-stream it to the masses. Understanding these different types of social media will help you develop a better content strategy and know where to focus your time and energy. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of 14 types of social media every marketer needs to know.

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57 Social Media Policy Examples and Resources

Dave Fleet

Policy on Staff Use of Social Media. Online Communications Guidelines. Use of social networking, microblogs and other third party websites. Social Media Guidelines. Social Media Policy. Online Communications Policy. Social Media Guidelines. Community Guidelines. Social Media Tips.


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The History of Social Media in 33 Key Moments


This moment essentially marked the beginning of social media influencers. Tumblr and the age of the microblog (2007) In 2007, the social network described as “Twitter meets YouTube and WordPress” came a-tumblin’ along when 17-year-old David Karp launched Tumblr from his bedroom.

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10 Community Manager Responsibilities that Don't Involve Twitter.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Every time I tell someone I’m a Community Manager , I get a varied response. &# That last one might be the most honest of the three, since asking a Community Manager whether they tweet for a living is like asking a construction worker if they cat-call for a living, or a doctor if he asks people to say “ah!&# for a living.

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Taking the Next Step: Going From a Grassroots Enterprise 2.0 Community to an Official One

Social Media Strategery

As your grassroots community takes the next step to becoming an official one, what challenges will you face? Way back in 2008, microblogging and enterprise collaboration platform Yammer launched at TechCrunch50. Official communities that began with large budgets are struggling to maintain their success with diminished resources.

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What Kind of Online Community Do You Have Behind Your Firewall?

Social Media Strategery

As CIOs and Chief Knowledge Officers bring tools that have been used on the Internet – blogs, wikis, microblogs, profiles – behind the firewall, they tend to expect the same results. "We'll So, if you're deploying social tools internally, what kind of community is your organization creating? 10% to 49%.

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The Blogosphere is Thriving


The blogosphere, even though it is spread across the world, can be considered as social network in itself or a community where people are inspired by each other and share information and views. The blogosphere in many ways reflect public opinion and influential bloggers are part of forming the public debate.