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The State of Social Media Infrastructure
Social media has become a core piece of enterprise communication infrastructure. Yet, most companies lack both visibility and control over the networks, accounts and applications that are connected to and affiliated with their brand. To provide greater insight into the true...
Show of hands, how many people remember when getting hired was all about putting your best foot forward during a face-to-face interview and hoping they liked you? Or when an interview was the first opportunity you had to make a good impression? These days, when the hiring manager says, “tell me about yourself” she probably already knows more about you than you think.
The exciting thing about inbound marketing is that it works so well for businesses in just about any industry. While it takes a bit of time to get it moving, once results start coming in, they are less expensive and highly motivating. It’s a great reward for a lower investment. But, one thing about inbound marketing is that it takes a lot of effort from the start. There are a lot of moving pieces, so to speak, and in almost every case I’ve seen, one aspect is either being ignored, overlooked or undervalued.
As we look forward to 2014 it’s a good time to think about how you’ve spent your time on social media. Which sites really had a good return on your investment in time and energy? Which ones had the best engagement with your fans and followers? Which ones turned out to be less worthy of your time?