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What The Fuck Is My Social Media Strategy?
The 8 Success Criteria For Facebook Page Marketing
Les adolescents, fatigués de Facebook ? Les adolescents, fatigués de Facebook ? by Laurent Francois Teens Study June 2010 Citoyens !
Teens Study June 2010 Teens Study June 2010 Executive Summary of Findings (2)Executive Summary of Findings (2) 5.Social net spending teens have a Social Net Spending Allowance Roughly ½of teens that havespent money on a social net, say they have an allowance to spendon these types of things (49%) 6.Access to money is an issue for the teens who haven’t purchased:
Social Media Marketing trends 2010 23,546 views Featured in: Business Social Media marketing deck on 2010 trends, issues, expectations.... Social Media marketing deck on 2010 trends, issues, expectations.Consumers, citizenship, geolocalization, You-Marketing, love-marketing and social media marketing.+ Digital Influence of course. more on http://twitter.com/lilzeon Social Media Marketing trends 2010
The Real Life Social Network v2
7 Reasons Social Media Is Bad for Marketing While social media has contributed many great things to marketers, all of the good stuff doesn’t come without its own baggage. We have talked about the good side of social media for marketing a lot on this blog, but we have under-reported on the negative aspects that social media has brought to the marketing industry. Stepping back to think about it, these seven negatives are clearly consequences of the growth of social media as a marketing discipline. 1. 7 Reasons Social Media Is Bad for Marketing
What the F**k is Social Media NOW? / we are social
SlideShare: What the F**k is Social Media NOW?  For the last three years, Marta Kagan, has updated her famous SlideShare presentation called “What the F**K is Social Media” and for 2010, the presentation has been updated with some more amazing stats and growth comparisons to 2009. Marta has also collected some of the best quotes on social media, from a few of the worlds brightest people over the last 12 months, to help depict exactly where social media is right NOW. Fittingly, the new presentation makes a point, that it’s no longer “what is social media?” but “what is social media now?”. If Facebook were a country, it would be the third most populated in the world, ahead of the United States.If Facebook were a country, it would be the third most populated in the world, ahead of the United States. SlideShare: What the F**k is Social Media NOW? 
Soap Creative - 10 Facebook Myths Busted Soap Creative - 10 Facebook Myths Busted 72,599 views Featured in : Technology, Business & Mgmt As we said at the beginning, when it comes to social media the book’s still being written. ... As we said at the beginning, when it comes to social media the book’s still being written. Disagree with anything here or have something to add?
2010 Razorfish Outlook Report 21,327 views Consumers aren't just craving new experiences from brands, they're demanding them - with scale. Successful brands will be those that adapt and derive from customer insights, both positive and ... Consumers aren't just craving new experiences from brands, they're demanding them - with scale. Successful brands will be those that adapt and derive from customer insights, both positive and negative. In the recently published Razorfish Outlook Report 2010, we analyzed how our clients evolved with the challenging economic environment, what media proved effective, what didn’t deliver, and how this information can be used to direct successful strategy moving forward. 2010 Razorfish Outlook Report
22 Social Media Trends
Conversational Marketing Conversational Marketing 34,611 views Featured in: Technology, Business The core idea of this presentation is to highlight the change in context that brands are facing in the digital landscape and how the notion of the "new grid" marks fundamental changes to how brands ...
Social Media Trends for 2010
Tendances du marketing 2.0 (2010 marketing trends) View more presentations from jérémy DUMONT. 1 - Les 10 tendances du marketing 2.0 en 2010. 2 - L’identité interactive : les gens sont en interaction via des médias interactifs et communautaires 3 - Les postures relationnelles des marques pour favoriser l’interaction. 4 - F aire vivre une expérience client 2.0 : interaction, service, immédiateté. Les 10 tendances du marketing en 2010 par jérémy dumont de pourq Les 10 tendances du marketing en 2010 par jérémy dumont de pourq
Coke's 'fans first' approach in social communities Coke's 'fans first' approach in social communities 192,072 views Featured in: Technology, Business A presentation by Michael Donnelly, ... A presentation by Michael Donnelly, Group Director of Worldwide Interactive Marketing for Coca-Cola, created for the iStrategy2010 conference.
Modifier sa stratégie de communication pour intégrer les médias
Comment mesurer ses actions Le B2B a toujours été le parent pauvre des publications sur les stratégies digitales. Considéré comme “ennuyeux” et pas très moderne, on lui préfère toujours le B2C et les marques sexy (Nike, adidas….) en général. Toutefois, la majorité des entreprises sont B2B mais surtout, dans ma perspective elles ont une avance certaine sur les entreprises B2C car elles donnent beaucoup plus de considération au client. Ors, nous sommes dans une ère ou le client est revenu au centre comme le rappelle le CEO de Forrester. Et les marques B2B sont partout et représentent (en France) 50% du commerce en valeur: “Entre votre réveil ce matin et le moment où vous lisez ce document, vous avez pris un petit déjeuner, un verre de jus d’orange ou un bol de lait conditionné dans un packaging Tetra Pak
Social Business By Design by David Armano - Social Fresh Charlot
Video: LEGO’s Social Media Strategy  This is a great video from Jake McKee (formally LEGO’s Global Community Relations Specialist) discussing how LEGO found, supported and incubated their biggest fans from around the world to help pull the company out of a pretty dark time to be back on top of the world, lead in part, by a strong social media strategy. A word of warning, this is a 30 minute video, from a conference late last year (so skip the first 30 secs) and is not exactly their strategy, but more a case study of success, however, it’s well worth the time, and probably something you won’t have time to watch at your desk today so just make sure you remember to watch it later! Jake McKee makes three really strong, but incredibly simple (how often do we see simplicity works socially?!)