Seven Key Categories of Social Media Marketing Tools

Webbiquity SMM

Savvy B2B marketers put significant effort into developing a professional, attractive, and highly functional website design —as the company’s website is often the first impression prospective buyers will get of the business and its offerings. Here are seven categories of tools that will help companies optimize social media marketing efforts as well as assisting with employee advocacy, customer services, and other business functions. Facebook Marketing Tools.

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The 29 Best Social Media Monitoring Tools

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2) Netvibes. Sample review: “Netvibes is a tool that even the biggest automation skeptics can get behind. With Netvibes, you can offer clients your very own proprietary, custom-branded social dashboard that automatically pulls in real-time results from all the social campaigns you’re running.” A multi-channel marketing platform primarily for B2C marketers. It also allows the whole team to see what’s going on online, so there’s more transparency.

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

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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. Despite the widespread use of the phrase “social media marketing,&# marketing is not the only business use of social media, as John Jantsch reminds us. 10 Essential Social Media Tips for B2B Marketers by Mashable.

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28 Resources from My Internet Marketing Toolbox

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You are here: ViperChill » Business » 28 Resources from My Internet Marketing Toolbox 28 Resources from My Internet Marketing Toolbox Written by Glen, this post has 78 Comments Have you heard of Matt Wadsworth? As with everything I share, I’m not saying that you have to use these, but if something looks useful or like a better alternative to what you’re currently using, then add it to your internet marketing arsenal. MARKET SAMURAI- Keyword Tool.

Minimalist Internet Marketing: My Personal Guide

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You are here: ViperChill » Business » Minimalist Internet Marketing: My Personal Guide Minimalist Internet Marketing: My Personal Guide Written by Glen, this post has 78 Comments Minimalism seems to be a hot topic these days and rightly so. After listening to a recent podcast between minimalist Leo Babauta and problogger, Darren Rowse, I started thinking about how I could apply minimalism to my internet marketing operations. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"

Don’t be a Pest with “This Social Media Stuff”

Janet Fouts

I spoke recently to a group of PR and marketing professionals about how to use social media in their work. Any Marketer worth her salt knows that pretending to be the CEO and writing tweets–god forbid commenting as– the CEO is social media poison. If and when it comes out that it’s not really the CEO but a marketing person it’s going to be ugly. One woman told me that she was trying to get the CXO’s to use social media as part of their brand awareness.

Five Productivity Tools for PR Pros

Waxing UnLyrical

When I wasn’t commuting, I worked remotely – much as I do now – so I needed to find ways to connect with my team, which grew rapidly over the years, and keep them motivated… without wasting time. Netvibes also lets you do that; ironically, both these were tools I suggested to my students at Hopkins to get them started at creating an easy online listening post.

eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

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Examples include YouOS , 30Boxes and NetVibes. From late 2005 at Bolton University in the UK, A JISC -funded and CETIS -sponsored team are designing a reference model for a PLE. All the while, the programming part of the team build some prototype software to see if it all makes sense. So the market will rely on developers providing separate plug-ins for each VLE, to mash into the learners PLE. eLearning & Deliberative Moments.