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Weekly Link Round Up – 12-28-12

December 28th, 2012 by | 2 Comments

Bold Stunts and Bad Taste Mark 2012’s Best, Worst Ads (Online.WSJ.com)

From bashtags and Facebook likes, to skydives from space, and the pizza question during the Town Hall presidential debate, The Wall Street Journal brings us this year’s most memorable moments in advertising and social media marketing.

Year in Review: Lessons from Two Social Marketing Hits (SocialMediaToday.com)

Social Media Today combed through the best social marketing stories from this year and identified what sets successful social media marketing hits like that of Zappos’ and Fab.com’s apart from the misses.

4 Lessons I Learned from a Few of 2012’s Best Social Media Fails (Business2Community.com)

Lisa Gulasy shares her favorite social media fails for the year and offers sound advice for inbound marketers, content creators, and social media managers to help them avoid making the same mistakes in 2013.

Top 20 Social Media Marketing Articles from 2012 (SocialMediaExaminer.com)

Social Media Examiner gives us a rundown of its best and most popular social media marketing articles this year. From using Pinterest for business to running successful Facebook contests and must-have social media marketing tools, business owners will find helpful, actionable tips they can apply to their business.

Social Media Report 2012 [INFOGRAPHIC] (Blog.Nielsen.com)

Nielsen’s comprehensive report reflected on the various social media trends of 2012, and explored the potential impact they will have in 2013. In essence, it illustrated how social media has become more popular than ever with consumers and that having a social media presence is critical for any SMB’s online marketing strategies in the coming year.


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2 Responses to “Weekly Link Round Up – 12-28-12”

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