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  • Kodak Clicks With Social Media Success
    by Amber Naslund
    Kodak has invested people, energy, and two years of dedicated effort into building its social media program, and has met with great success. Here, Amber Naslund talks to the people behind Kodak's efforts to find out why their social media program is so valuable to their business, and how they've ... more
  • Microconnecting With Your Customers via Microblogging: Q&A With Connie Reece
    by Mack Collier
    There's a new kid on the social media block that's starting to garner a lot of attention from companies. Microblogging sites, such as Twitter, are increasingly becoming a companion to an existing blog—or a standalone strategy for businesses that are using social media to connect with their customers. But many companies aren't ... more
  • Case Study: How an Unbranded Game and Mystery Prize Giveaway on Facebook Garnered Exposure for Sharp Electronics
    by Kimberly Smith
    Sharp Electronics may have led the LCD revolution, but consumers don't view it as an agent of change. As part of a multichannel campaign to change consumers' minds, Sharp turned to an innovative effort on Facebook. more
  • Make Your Viral Dreams Come True
    As it becomes easier than ever to produce and distribute online videos, you probably see how the medium can serve as a key marketing tool. And in a guest post at HubSpot's Inbound Internet Marketing Blog, Eric Guerin explains how to give your DIY efforts the competitive edge: Start with a ... more
  • Getting 'Social' with Social Media—Q&A With Rohit Bhargava
    by Mack Collier
    Rohit Bhargava is a well-respected marketer and blogger and frequent speaker at conferences, including the upcoming MarketingProfs Digital Marketing Mixer. Here, he shares advice on how to get the most from the conference experience and discusses where social media is headed, as well as how businesses can make the most ... more
  • Top 10 Challenges Interactive Marketers Face
    by Aaron Kahlow
    The top 10 challenges facing the interactive marketing community are very much the same as those facing the entire marketing community... in that almost every marketing professional must address the interactive/online marketing medium. When they are asked about top challenges, many marketers say things like "social media" or "search engine optimization" ... more
  • Case Study: How Lenovo Used New Media Along With Olympic Sponsorship to Establish Global Brand Awareness
    by Kimberly Smith
    Last month in Beijing, Lenovo leveraged its Olympic sponsorship to develop global brand awareness. Unique to its approach was its use of new media, which fortified its traditional marketing and created a new level of athlete and fan interaction. more
  • Go Where the Current Leads
    John McCain got people talking when he aired an ad that compared Barack Obama to style-over-substance celebrities like Paris Hilton; but the conversation really picked up when Hilton shot back with an entertaining rebuttal at the comedic website Funny or Die. Reclined on a chaise lounge—and attired in high heels ... more
  • The Very Definition of Social Media
    OK, you're supposed to be in-the-know about Social Media and B-to-B outreach. You can define "mashup," and report how it can best serve your clients, in 25 words or less, right? Yeah. Thought so. Here's a short list of terms, from a recent E-Commerce Times article, that might help. Hide it ... more
  • Can You Hear Me Now?
    "Are you listening [to your customers]?" asks Todd Defren in a post at the PR Squared blog. "Great. But are you also empowered to act effectively on [their] behalf?" In other words, any company worth its salt can listen to its customers—what you do with the information is what sets ... more
  • How to Avoid Stumbling on StumbleUpon
    In a Web 2.0 world packed with online voting/referral tools like Digg and Sphinn, DJ Francis of the Online Marketer Blog has decided that there's one he likes best: StumbleUpon. Though he acknowledges the quality of the traffic isn't always the greatest, the volume more than makes up for ... more
  • Floating Tiger
    In a post at her Conversation Agent blog, Valeria Maltoni praises a fun YouTube video created by EA Sports as a response to one posted by a gamer called Levinator 25, who discovered an unexpected, and likely unintended, feature in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08. Dubbed "Jesus Shot," his brief, ... more
  • Popping the Top on Your Brand's Potential With Social Media: Q&A With Gary Vaynerchuk
    by Mack Collier
    There's probably no better case study on how a business leverages social media to connect with customers and grow itself than Gary Vaynerchuk's Wine Library. Here, Gary shares the reasons your company should pay attention to social media, and what impact these tools will have in the years to come. more
  • Life Is Tweet
    "Twitter has become an essential tool for PR, and has relevance for almost every type of business," says Sandra Fathi, president of Affect Strategies. Here are only a few of the ways Fathi recommends using the new software to your advantage: Seek and create media opportunities. Twitter can help you ... more
  • Email Marketing and Social Media, Part 1: Adding Social Media to the Email Newsletter
    by Anna Billstrom
    Email is not dying in the midst of the social-media revolution. In fact, the question we should be asking is: How can email marketers best leverage the new social-marketing applications? more
  • It's the Small Guys Who Really Know How to Socialize
    If you're a small business, you're aware that Web 2.0 offers entirely new channels for attracting and cultivating customers. And in a post at the Acquiring Minds blog, Robert Lesser explains why your diminutive stature might actually give you the social-media edge over your larger (and richer) competitors. So cheer ... more
  • Clearing the Air About Word-of-Mouth
    by Deborah Eastman
    Michael Antman's recent article, "Six Reasons Word-of-Mouth Doesn't Work," struck a chord. He raises reasonable points about the limitations of WOM; after all, it can't completely replace other forms of marketing communications. However, we can't ignore the impact of WOM. What's more, here's what companies should be doing to leverage it. more
  • Case Study: How a Software Company Generated Strong Click-Through Rates on Facebook
    by Kimberly Smith
    How could a software developer call attention to its new product? Serena Software developed a video Facebook application that garnered big results and, along the way, challenged the channel's reputation for negligible return. more
  • Springtime for Twitter
    Unless you happen to be Mel Brooks, the idea of using Adolph Hitler as a comic foil would sound like a bad idea. And—at first—you might not approve of this video posted at the Fallon Planning blog. But as you read the phony subtitles composed for a scene borrowed from ... more
  • Through with Buzz(words)
    In a post at her blog, Christina Kerley—known informally as CK—recounts a question she received during a conference Q&A session: "Can you tell me the buzzwords that marketers should avoid using with our audiences and in our communications?" You've likely asked yourself the same thing, and you might be surprised ... more
  • Get off Your Island, Gilligan
    "I'd love to be able to describe a blog as an all-powerful 'magic wand,' which will single-handedly solve all your marketing woes," says Mark White. But of course he can't. "Any company thinking of running [a blog] in splendid isolation is just guilty of actively stopping it from fulfilling its ... more
  • Case Study: How a Technology Firm Used Social Media to Build Awareness for Its Web-based Monitoring Product
    by Kimberly Smith
    CASE STUDY - How does a social-media monitoring company build excitement for its flagship product? In the case of Radian6, it leveraged (you guessed it) social media and the medium's inherent word-of-mouth properties. Here's how. more
  • Six Reasons Word-of-Mouth Doesn't Work
    by Michael Antman
    Is there any form of marketing communications more compelling than word-of-mouth, the enthusiastic and genuine recommendation of a person you like and trust? It's no wonder that virtually every business-to-business marketer prizes this organic, spontaneous, and—perhaps best of all—practically cost-free method of bringing in business. But some businesses, especially on the ... more
  • Loose Lips Sink Ships
    If you're working on a deal that hadn't been made public, the last thing you'll do is announce it to your friends on Twitter. And yet, warns Rohit Bhargava in a post at the Influential Marketing Blog, savvy online observers could use a variety of tidbits to gather information you never meant ... more
  •  Will Dance for Gum
    In a post at the Servant of Chaos blog, Gavin Heaton says those who aren't sure how to get "viral" could learn a thing or two from Stride Gum, which took notice of the following Matt Harding had gained with his "Dancing Matt" videos. If you recall, they showed him ... more

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