Social Media Infographic

With all of the various social media outlets that people are using these days, we thought it would be nice to come up with an infographic that breaks down each of the most popular social outlets into digestible snippets demonstrating advantages of each and how they can be best utilized.

Download a printable PDF of the infographic.

via Social Media Infographic | Leverage New Age Media.

Are You A Compulsive Networker? 10 Warning Signs

While career coaches and success gurus expound on the virtues of networking—especially in a down economy—some professionals take it too far. Management and addiction specialists say they are seeing more people compulsively attending events, obsessively growing the number of their connections online and wearing themselves out with little too show for it.

via Are You A Compulsive Networker? 10 Warning Signs | Forbes.

eBook on Social Media for Event Marketing

Let’s face it: event marketing has changed.
While press releases, mailed invites, and print ads can still play a role, social media has fundamentally shifted the way people gather information and learn about events. Event planners need to understand and leverage social media to reach potential attendees in the places they go for information.

eBook on Social Media for Event Marketing | CVent.

Top 52 Social Media Platforms Every Marketer Should Know

Whether you’re accessing your social media platform from a desktop or a smartphone, it’s important to be familiar with all of them. With that in mind, below is a list of the top 52 social media platforms. They’re broken into 3 categories — social media platforms that help you network (like LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.); social media platforms that help you promote (like YouTube, blogs, etc.); and social media platforms that help you share (like Digg, Delicious, etc.).

via Top 52 Social Media Platforms Every Marketer Should Know | 60 Second Marketer.

The CMO’s Guide to the Social Landscape

For the third consecutive year, CMO.com is excited to deliver our latest CMO’s Guide To The Social Landscape. Developed once again by 97th Floor, an SEO, social media, and viral infographics firm, the latest social media infographic welcomes five new members to the roster. Time will tell whether they give heavyweights such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn a run for brands’ advertising dollars, but incumbents including Pinterest and Google+ have certainly grabbed their share of the headlines.

via The CMO’s Guide to the Social Landscape | CMO.COM.

The Integrity Of The System Is Up You

Write it only if you mean it.

On Twitter, Sally Hogshead (one of my most favorite people!) asked, “How well do you need to know someone before endorsing them on LinkedIn?” My tweet back was: “I’d say well enough to give an authentic endorsement. I was asked to give one by someone I never worked with. Huh?!?” What’s the big deal? Why not just write a testimonial or endorsement for anyone who asks? It’s simple, fast and easy to do it and nobody gets hurt.

via The Integrity Of The System Is Up You | Six Pixels of Separation – Marketing and Communications Blog by Mitch Joel at Twist Image.