Posts Tagged ‘social’

Australians suffer from Facebook fatigue

Written on April 30th, 2013 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet It appears Aussies are starting to suffer from ‘Facebook fatigue’, according to new data from a social media monitor. The data, collected by social media monitoring firm Social Bakers, […]

7 in 10 Social Marketers Plan Increased SEO

Written on April 12th, 2011 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Seven in 10 (71%) marketers who use social media plan to increase their use of search engine optimization (SEO) in the near future, according to the “2011 Social Media […]

Mobile vs. Social: The Status of Marketing Integration

Written on April 1st, 2011 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Email has best integration with mobile and social tactics   Integration has been a buzzword for social media marketers for a while now. As efforts—and budgets—in social media evolve […]

Does Social Media Marketing Make Sense for the Smallest Businesses?

Written on November 23rd, 2010 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet eMarketer estimates that 127 million people in the US, or 57.5% of internet users, will use social networks at least monthly this year. Facebook alone has over half a […]

Social Media Increases Small-Business Exposure

Written on November 1st, 2010 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet According to the American Express OPEN fall 2010 “Small Business Monitor,” small-business owners have dramatically upped their usage of social media for marketing in the past year. While just […]

Social Media Doesn’t Make Users Less Social

Written on October 29th, 2010 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Social media is not making users less social, despite popular contrary opinion, according to a new white paper from ExactTarget and CoTweet. Increased SocNet Use Leads to Increased Face-to-Face […]

Majority of Top Media Destinations Are Social

Written on April 23rd, 2010 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet According to the BlogHer and iVillage “2010 Social Media Matters Study,” co-sponsored by The Nielsen Company and Ketchum, social sites are now a frequent destination for nearly three-quarters of […]