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Weekly Link Round Up – 10-26-12

October 26th, 2012 by | 1 Comment

6 Scary Mistakes Business Owners Make (CorpNet.com)
You don’t need to look for the undead to find something scary in the world of business and social media marketing. Small business owners make mistakes all the time, all year round. For those who find running a business a frightening prospect, this informative post will teach you a thing or two without scaring you off.

5 Social Media Lessons Marketers Can Learn from The Blair Witch Project (Business2Community.com)

Forbes recently hailed The Blair Witch Project the best social media campaign ever, and influential individuals in the world of social media named it “the mother of all movies with viral buzz”. For small business owners, here are five important details and lessons you can learn from the film’s promotional campaign.

5 Nonprofit Lessons from The Walking Dead (Social.Razoo.com)

Many nonprofit organizations are surrounded by mute, will-less, dumb, and sometimes evil and dangerous people and situations that threaten their success. Joe Waters shares a few lessons and tricks to enable them to use their brains instead of being food for zombies.

Six Spookily Effective Halloween Social Media Marketing Tricks (Vocus.com)

There’s a huge opportunity for your business to join the Halloween celebration through some cleverly spooky social media marketing. Learn how to pull off a hashtag contest, crowdsourcing, costume contest, tweet-elections, and other fun promotions with help from this creative post.

What’s Really Scary About Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC] (SubmitInfographics.com)

Here’s a creative way to look at social media at this time of the year—with some help from ghouls, bats, skulls, and other spooky creatures. For social media professionals, there are doubts and stresses they need to worry about all year round. Find out what these are by checking out this fun and colorful infographic.


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One Response to “Weekly Link Round Up – 10-26-12”

  1. avatar Frank Strong says:

    Thanks for the shout out to the Vocus blog!

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