Great Social Media and Email Marketing Articles You Don’t Want To Miss

I came across some great articles on social media and internet marketing that I’m sharing here. My favorite of the week is this first one from HubSpot.

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Social Media is a great way to drive traffic to your business. However, not all social media channels are created equal. Look at how LinkedIn stacks up against Facebook and Twitter.

http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/30030/LinkedIn-277-More-Effective-for-Lead-Generation-Than-Facebook-Twitter-New-Data.aspx

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Are you making this mistake with your social media marketing strategy?

http://www.openforum.com/articles/the-wrong-way-to-market-social-media

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RIM, the maker’s of Blackberry went from a market leader to a market loser. Here are 7 marketing lessons you can learn from their failures.

http://mashable.com/2012/02/10/marketing-lessons-rim-blackberry

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Checkout how this online shoe retailer increased their email mailing list signups.

http://www.22michaels.com/2012/02/email-marketing.html

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Are you looking to increase the number of people clicking on your Tweets? Check out this article then.

http://www.getelastic.com/6-tips-for-improving-twitter-link-click-through-rate/

That’s it for this weeks edition. Enjoy your week.

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  1. Great List of articles. I’m absorbing marketing techniques for my new e commerce, so you ll see me here quite often. Come say hi sometimes ;)
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  2. Hi Joe,
    Thank you for such a great list to work my way through! I am interested in link building at the moment and I think this list will definitely give me food for thought!
    Izzy
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