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18 quotable moments, facts and stats for your social business

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  • 1. STATE OF SOCIALMARKETING FOR 2013?78% OF MARKETERSWANT BETTERCUSTOMERENGAGEMENT. -­‐socialmediatoday  (October  2012)  
  • 2. WOMEN FIND SOCIALMEDIA MAKES THEMMORE SOCIAL OFFLINE,TOO. -­‐Women’s  Marke;ng  Inc.  and  SheSpeaks  (July  2012)  
  • 3. IF YOU DON’T PRIORITIZEYOUR LIFE, SOMEONEELSE WILL. -­‐Greg  McKeown  
  • 4. FACT: WOMEN MAKE UP56% OF THE U.S. SOCIALMEDIA POPULATION, ORROUGHLY 81 MILLIONWOMEN. -­‐Digital  Flash  NYC  (July  2012)  
  • 5. 95% OF ALL MEETINGSCAN AND SHOULD LASTLESS THAN 60 MINUTES.MOST CAN BE DONE IN30. -­‐Alex  Lawrence  
  • 6. YOU’RE PROBABLYGETTING INTERRUPTEDEVERY 3 MINUTES IN THEOFFICE. -­‐Wall  Street  Journal  (December  2012)  
  • 7. PEOPLE BECOMEAUTHORITATIVE BYSHARING WHAT THEY’REGETTING DONE. -­‐Team  Tracky  
  • 8. FACT: MORE THAN THREETIMES PER WEEK 56% OFU.S. WORKERS CARTWORK HOME, WHILE 16%OF REMOTE WORKERSHOLD DOWN 60-HOURWEEKS. -­‐Regus  PLC  (March  2012)  
  • 9. ENTERPRISE SOCIALCOLLABORATION HASBECOME A BUSINESSIMPERATIVE…-­‐Informa;on  Management    
  • 10. ICE CREAM REALLY DOESMAKE YOUR BRAINHAPPY! -­‐The  Guardian  
  • 11. IN THE NEAR FUTURE,SOFTWARE VENDORSWON’T DIFFERENTIATE ONWHETHER OR NOT THEYARE SOCIAL – VIRTUALLY ALLBUSINESS SOFTWARE WILLBE INHERENTLY SOCIAL. -­‐Elizabeth  Lupfer  /  The  Social   Workplace  (Feb.  2012)  
  • 12. EASY ACCESS TO ANDTRACKING OF PROJECTSHAS BECOME MORECRITICAL AS WORKERS GOMOBILE AND TEAMSASSEMBLE REMOTELY. -­‐Thomas  Vander  Wal  /  GigaOm   (Feb.  2012)  
  • 13. COMPANIES THAT EMBRACESOCIAL BUSINESS WILLCONVERT ITS POTENTIALINTO PRODUCTS, SALESAND EMPLOYEEENGAGEMENT. -­‐Eloqua  
  • 14. WORK IS BROKEN. IT’STIME TO DISRUPT. -­‐Jennifer  Gosse  (@jennifergosse)  
  • 15. THE AVERAGE AMERICANWORKER WASTES 100MINUTES ON NON-PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIESPER WORK DAY. -­‐  @FactHive  
  • 16. SOCIAL BUSINESSBENEFITS ARE A LONGTERM INVESTMENT. -­‐Jenny  Thomas  /  IT  Jungle     (Feb.  2013)  
  • 17. YOU CAN’T BUILD AREPUTATION ON WHATYOU’RE GOING TO DO. -­‐  Joshua  Rivera  /  Lifehacker     (Feb.  2013)  

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