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This is really useful stuff. Thank you very much.
Boris, this is a great chart and one I will be sure to share with many – not to mention, use it myself. I am curious though about your views of LinkedIn as being bad for building traffic. If you are a service business engaging with LinkedIn answers, etc., I have found that it can be useful for building traffic. Couldn't you say that it is contingent upon how a company uses LinkedIn?
This is a great resource, I plan to pass this one out.
An interesting matrix.It may be useful to note none of the criteria used to indicate the Social Media potency illustrated its efficacy in establishing the mechanism's role in the efficiency of Integration….
well, if many join here, they really improve their ambition and web site reach top lavel
Excellent info, thanks for putting this together !
This is a wonderful guideline. Thank you for posting. I would like to warn people though that generalizations are just that and you have to consider the specifics of your company to make social media marketing determinations. For example, LI works really well for agencies and professionals on traffic driving, if they offer good and interesting content to other professionals.
None of this matters if your customers aren't there! Infographic /= smart reasoning
Forwarding this to a friend that can use this information to sort out a good social media person to help with her site.
Thanks for your important work. It has been a struggle not to lose sight of my message, when mentors keep pushing me to sell.It will be easy and effortless to market through many avenues and methods. I will give value and excellent content that will enhance the lives of others.
Its very informative article, but the success of a post of your blog or site depends on the quality, which is ultimate I think. The best way to have traffic from social media sites is to write the best you can and then push on the sites. Hope this is the only mantra more eye balls.
This is one of the best social media cheat sheets ever! You can tell that there was a lot of thought put into it. Thanks!
Confused here…. It says Flickr will pass page rank… where? Same with del.icio.us? All the links are nofollow links which will not help in SEO. The best these sites can do is pass traffic and do what you suggest for Facebook – Bloggers picking up the content and linking to your site.
Wow! what a great break down of the social media platforms. This is a very useful chart, will definitely have to print this one out. THANKS!! You should check out my blog, http://www.marc2market.com, most of my articles pertain to social media marketing, you just might be interested in it. or follow me on twitter @marcpickren
thanks… I love it!
Great roadmap! However, consider a z-axis. The z-axis would 'pull' content from multiple sources on your existing x and y-axis, combining them with internal marketing material, then 'pushing' the resulting as part of a marketing campaign (geoIP, market or time based). There are marketing platforms such as SmartSymbols Marketing Platform that already facilitate this. So, a z-axis would be most helpful. For example; Europe consumers don't do much with Twitter, so a geoIP marketing campaign for Europe using Twitter would be bad. Linkedin is more business related, so a marketing campaign for an individual or corporation using Linkedin is good.
great information!! thks!
Thanks for this. especially the mLoovi info. I'm trying to create one out of Japanese news site RSS feeds. Don't know why, but couldn't get netvibes to recognize the mLoovi generated link to their Japanese translation of my own site's RSS feed.
Regardless, I love the idea. I've been looking for something like this like, forever. Probably translations of feeds is too ambitious to start, so I'll think of something I've wanted to find blogs about in English and try this out. Later. After a break. (whew)
this is great, how does SlideShare look in the social landscape for larger corporations?
Lovely Social bucket.
This was definetly helpful…
Great cheat sheet…
Interesting sheet on Social Media..
Great job and nicely done.
Thanks for sharing.
This needs to be no a poster!
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