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It’s the Holiday Season, Time to Get Social

2008 has been a big year for B2B Marketers. The idea of using social media as part of our lead generation programs has become a reality. Whether it be blogging, Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook B2B Marketers are taking on new challenges and figuring out new ways to reach their audience through the readily available social media outlets.  Here’s a list of some great social media posts from this year. There’s lot of lists and dos and don’ts, if we’ve left a great post out, let us know, we’ll add it to the list.

50 Ways Marketers Can Use Social Media to Improve their Marketing

10 Aspects of an Effective Social Media Campaign

How to Build a Community of Twitter Followers

Ten Elements Every Company Blog Should Have

6 Keys to Bringing Up Social Media

24 Things to do When Stuck for a Topic to Blog About

Health Check: How Trusted is your Corporate Blog?

Internet Marketing Roundup

5 Musts of Business Blogging

50 Social Media & Marketing Predictions for 2009

5 Tips for Promoting Your Business Page on Facebook

If you’re already knee deep in the world of social media, please share some of your successes or experiences. Are you able to measure real ROI?

Happy Holidays and thank you for following us on The B2B Lead. We look forward to sharing more B2B Marketing and Sales best practices with you in 2009.


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