By Shea Bennett on October 30, 2014 9:00 AM
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Paid media. Owned media. Earned media.
No doubt you’ve heard these terms. You might have even used them, perhaps to impress a potential client. But what do they actually mean?
The 2014 MLB World Series is underway, with the San Francisco Giants enjoying a 1-0 lead on the Kansas City Royals after their victory yesterday. Game two is tomorrow, and Twitter provides an easy and effective way for fans to get involved.
Did you know that 92 percent of business to business (B2B) content marketers use social media?
If you’re a regular reader of AllTwitter (thank you!) you probably know that Twitter has 271 million monthly active users.
Not bad. But, impressive as that number is, it’s only about one-fifth of the size of its great rival, Facebook, which boasts an eye-popping 1,371 million users.
What’s been the marketing story of 2014?
Content marketing? Perhaps. It’s certainly consumed a lot of digital column inches. But, now that we find ourselves in the tail end of the year, we’re itching for something new. So, here’s the big question: what’s coming next?
Customer support has changed.
Platforms such as Twitter and Facebook work two ways – they’re fantastic for brands to raise awareness of products and services, drive website footfall and boost sales, but they also give the customer a bigger voice, too.
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