We hope you had a nice 4th of July! In case you missed some of the topics we covered this week, here is the social media week-in-review!
LinkedIn can be a fantastic resource for networking and increasing your clout in the business world and your industry, but where are the benefits to LinkedIn in numbers? This excellent infographic does a great job of showcasing where the benefits are to LinkedIn for business!
Everyone knows the Wal-Mart brand. But not everyone realizes that thanks in large part to their content sharing strategy, they have built the largest US-based audience on Facebook. Find out what 6 types of content Wal-Mart has shared in order to reach these unprecedented levels.
Tumblr is an excellent network and growing considerably every day. There are several opportunities to engage with niche audiences and grow your presence both on social media and online. For beginners, the network can be a little intimidating, so we have put together 4 tips that all Tumblr beginners should be aware of!
When one thinks of a Case Studies, an online retailer for equestrian products is not, in all likelihood, the first company that comes to mind. However, with a set of risky event-triggered email campaigns, SmartPak Equine proved that inspiration and success can come from anywhere! Find out what SmartPak Equine did in this week’s Case Studies!
Social bookmarking was among the first forms of social media, and popularity for the activity has not slowed. There are still tens of millions of people using social bookmarking sites every day and a virtually endless supply of content being fed to these networks. Find out how social bookmarking sites add value to your business in this week’s Social Equity segment!
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