Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
What’s New This Week?
Reddit Reports Substantial Growth in 2010: Reddit benefited from the decline of Digg last year and made improvements that resonate well with its users. Is Reddit part of your social bookmarking plan?
As businesses continue to integrate social media and become more confident and comfortable with social media tools and platforms, we’re starting to see a change in social media usage. A new study reveals what’s changing with social media.
They benchmarked and measured the state of social media usage among businesspeople. The data identified eight prevalent trends that give great insight into the social media behaviors, beliefs and challenges of the majority of businesses today.
If you’ve pondered any of these thoughts, look no further. All the answers are right here in this free report.
Watch the above video for a quick summary.
On Monday October 12th, 2009, Social Media Examiner is sponsoring four hours of live video chats with leading social media superstars Mari Smith, Jason Falls, Chris Garrett and Denise Wakeman.
Here’s how to participate: Simply click here to enter the live video broadcast room (login with your Twitter ID or as a guest).
Here’s the line up:
- 7am Pacific (10am Eastern): Join Chris Garrett (co-author of ProBlogger) and Michael Stelzner
- 9am Pacific (Noon Eastern): Denise Wakeman (The Blog Squad) and Michael Stelzner
- 11am Pacific (2pm Eastern): Mari Smith (Facebook for business guru) and Michael Stelzner
- 1pm Pacific (4pm Eastern): Jason Falls (Social media strategist) and Michael Stelzner