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Is social media a viable networking/marketing outlet? To find out the answer to that question, as well as how not to waste your valuable time on social media that isn’t effective, check out this recent report by “The State of Social Media Marketing“ . They just put out a phenomenal report disclosing strategies and predictions for 2010. Is Facebook, or Twitter a better investment of your marketing time? You might be surprised. The writers of this report surveyed 5,140 marketing and business professionals who are using social media to gain their statistics. You will learn how often people are posting on the three most popular sites, Twitter , Facebook and LinkedIn , all of which I use regularly (click on these, their my sites.) As well, you’ll learn which is more popular, Twitter or Facebook. If you’re into synergizing and making wise use of your most precious commodity, time, then take a good look at this report. For me, one of the most important facts was the usage of corporate accounts. To be known in your field as an influential mover and shaker, you must participate. My question to you is, are you using “free” media, and if not, why not? It may be that you’ve not seen the value; however, knowledge can break through your preconceived ideas, if you let it, and bring a new found wisdom which can open up to you a whole new world.
If, through proper investigation, you learn you’re missing the boat, but you’re not sure where to begin, with so many options already available on the market, a report like this can give you some clear cut, statistical direction. Now, I hear from people all the time who dislike, almost hate, the idea of Facebook. I should know, I was one of them, but I am now a happy convert. Not only have I reconnected with a lot of truly wonderful people, I have made business connections that will last a lifetime. We won’t even talk about keeping an eye on what your children are doing, or the wonderful pictures of grandchildren you can regularly obtain. Just know that if you’re not exploring this issue, you may be missing out on one of the most revolutionary marketing endeavors to come along in your lifetime. So, check it out. Here’s some of the valuable information that I hope will persuade you, although if you’re reading this, it’s highly likely you’re already taking advantage of it. Happy social networking! Share this with someone who doesn’t read blogs, or uses social media. For more on the report, check out the social media examiner article: http://bit.ly/5jCnMV