When you spend a lot of time online, you’ll inevitably come across too many great things to keep track of.
If you’ve been in this situation before, looking for something you saw somewhere online, you’ll love these three tools. Each one offers a different take on collecting your personal information and content you share online into a searchable database.
If you’re running social media efforts for your business, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve at least tried a free monitoring tool like TweetDeck.
But new social media management tools are popping up like weeds and a couple of them might end up being roses. One new such tool is SproutSocial.com.
There are several options to choose from. Which one would be right for you?
In this article, we cover what you actually get for your money and how you might use some of the enhanced features.
The year is coming to a close and there’s been lots of great social media content developed.
Here are our top five articles (in order of popularity) from this year…
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Study 1: By 2010, 26 Million (1 in 7) U.S. Adults Will Use Twitter Monthly
The study by eMarketer found the following: “In 2009, there will be 18 million U.S. adults who access Twitter on any platform at least monthly. That represents a 200% increase over 2008 levels. Usage will reach 26 million U.S. adults in 2010, a further 44.4% climb.“
With social media marketing evolving at a rapid pace, it’s essential to stay current on the latest industry trends. Here are some interesting findings from recent social media studies:
#1: Social Media Engagement Big Challenge for Many Businesses (Deloitte)
Survey results from a recent Deloitte study (2009 Tribalization of Business Study), point to some key challenges that organizations are facing as they move toward integrating online communities into their social media strategy.
Here are the top three areas respondents identified as obstacles:
- Keeping visitors engaged: 30%
- Getting people to join: 24%
- Encouraging return visits to the online community: 21%
A lot is happening in the world of social media. Here’s a quick summary of recent major research findings:
#1: By 2010, 26 Million (1 in 7) U.S. Adults Will Use Twitter Monthly
A new study by eMarketer surpasses their previous estimates of Twitter usage. The study, conducted just last month, found the following: “In 2009, there will be 18 million U.S. adults who access Twitter on any platform at least monthly. That represents a 200% increase over 2008 levels. Usage will reach 26 million U.S. adults in 2010, a further 44.4% climb.”