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Why Your Marketing Needs Real-Time Data

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Another Advertising Week in New York is upon us and so far I have seen some great presentations from companies like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Quantcast, comScore, and even Yahoo! However, if there is one thing that is becoming painfully clear to me is the need to be relevant to your audience – whether you are advertising to them, being social with them, or just creating the right kind of conversations about your brand. View more presentations from Networked Insights.

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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? While social.

Best Social Media and Digital Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 2

Webbiquity SMM

Reports, surveys, studies and infographics are among the most popular content posted and shared across social networks. Marketers, we’re told, need to think like publishers. But which networks are most effective for spreading the content produced?

Mapping the Social Internet – what part of the world is the most.

Mindjumpers

Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « 5 Tips To Great Blogging The Business Behind Facebook » Mapping the Social Internet – what part of the world is the most developed?

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Analysis of Five Top Blogs and What You Can Learn from Them

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

All of these blogs also make use of affiliate marketing and it works for them since they have a large audience. That’s why our contextual algorithm was developed to actually read your content for meaning not just scan for keywords like other In-Text ad networks do.

The Unfortunate Investment of Social Media (and its Consequences)

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

These are the users who are familiar with networking on Digg (finding friends with similar interests) and checking not only the front page of Digg but the Upcoming page as well (which is far more important). This is not a regular practice on the social news giant, and unfortunately, that is probably the biggest thing causing its downfall. Really, the biggest unfortunate investment of social media is that it’s often a thankless job.

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