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How Marketers Will Use Social Media in 2010

December 21, 2009 Comments Off on How Marketers Will Use Social Media in 2010

About 25% of marketers have matured from trying out social media to being strategic about it according to a recent survey called “2010 Social Media Marketing Benchmark Report” done by MarketingSherpa. How They Plan to Spend their Money? I read on eMarketing that 60% of the social marketing dollars next year will go toward staff salaries […]

Women Continues to Outnumber Men in Social Network Sites

August 5, 2009 1 comment

I published these revealing statistics in September 2008 when I talked at PodCamp Montreal. ComScore Media Metrix’s year-end report: Women’s community was the most visited and fastest growing Internet category, tied with politics. The number of unique visits to women’s community sites jumped 35% to almost 70 million from 52 million. This is quite an […]

Social Media Usage Statistics and How Big Business Can Use Twitter

August 1, 2009 Comments Off on Social Media Usage Statistics and How Big Business Can Use Twitter

My daily take on what grabbed my attention about social media and technology. + If you are not convinced of the popularity of social media, have a look at more than 20 mind-blowing social media statistics. The 250 million Facebook users have a high level of participation. More than 120 million Facebook users log on […]