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If you are looking for a way to send and track messages through a variety of different services, Sendible is well worth a look

by on June 12, 2012


Testimonial : "TheMarketingblog uses Sendible every day - and gives it a plus one in terms of effectiveness and usability."

Quick Pitch: Mashable says.. Sendible is a social media marketing platform that allows users to engage with their audience and track results across multiple social media channels at any time.  Sendible lets you manage multiple social media accounts, schedule messages, send e-mail newsletters and SMS messages, and track performance and social mentions across different networks.

http://blog.sendible.com/

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Making social media work for you and your business

by on June 11, 2012

Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and more. They can all help small businesses connect with your customers and find expert advice. Lucy Whittington explains how

Social media is about connecting, communicating and being visible. Done right it gives you the ability to connect with clients, partners, suppliers, the press, celebrities and, most importantly, experts in your sector.

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Who else wants to know about social media habits, LinkedIn, Apple’s CEO, Google+, ‘Promoted Posts’?

by on May 30, 2012

 

Women Are Bigger Fans of Social Media than Men, Survey Says

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Who else wants to reach, influence and get high impact sales opportunities from 65,000+ UK marketing decision makers?

by on May 30, 2012

Engage with theMarketingblog  audience by becoming a sponsor or by taking advantage of high impact sales opportunities. Your reach each week is very, very strong - 65,000+

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The main UK ‘marketing silver bullet’ – helping to increase your online influence and awareness

by on May 20, 2012

The Marketingblog is definitive, exciting, entertaining and endlessly practical. It is the main UK ‘silver bullet’ to increase your online influence and awareness -  and achieve new business.
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Where do you see Facebook advertising going in the next 3-5 years?

by on May 18, 2012

David Mitchel in Linkedin asked these questions ..

  1. Do you think GM's decision to stop advertising on Facebook has any broader implications?
  2. Do you think Facebook is a viable advertising medium?
  3. Where do you see Facebook advertising going in the next 3-5 years?

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Socialbakers CEO Jan Rezab says “Engagement is the core of the social economy—people buy what their friends buy and recommend”

by on May 15, 2012

Facebook critical in helping brands build momentum in emerging market. Ahead of IPO, new data from Socialbakers reveals that:

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How to be interesting on Pinterest: A guide for B2B marketers

by on May 3, 2012

Just when us B2B marketers were getting comfortable with social media networks like Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Linkedin, out comes a new contender for our time - Pinterest.

Find out more about Pinterest etc. at the Thames Valley Return on Influence Conference 12 June 2012.

Check the ROI Conference Pinterest Board

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“I challenge anyone to find another stand at Internet World 2012 that offers the social networking features we have!” Mark Gooding

by on April 23, 2012

Mailvivo release uber cool Social Networking feature.

Get your free account now at www.mailvivo.co.uk

UK-based multichannel marketing provider, Mailvivo, is demonstrating the feature updates to their Social Channel at Internet World 2012, held at Earls Court in London on April 24th-26th.

Get your free account now at www.mailvivo.co.uk

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‘Future-proofing’ your business to ensure its continued success / The Return on Influence Conference 12 June 2012

by on April 21, 2012

Social Business / No longer an option but rather a necessity.

The 'Return on Influence' Conference 12 June 2012  is about ‘future-proofing’ your business to ensure its continued success. This important new conference in the Thames Valley is also about becoming more flexible and open, embracing new technology, processes and attitudes, but most of all, listening to your customers.

It recognizes that brands aren’t about messages any more – they’re about conversations. [more…]