11 Great Content Marketing & Social Media Marketing Quotes for 2009
Compiled By: Ambal Balakrishnan
C.C. Chapman Twitter cc_chapman
Social Media to be successful for
any of those things has to be
integrated into every level of the
customer life cycle.
Charlene Li Twitter charleneli
The social trend in which people
use technologies to get the
things they need from each
other, rather than from traditional
institutions like corporations.
Chris Brogan Twitter chrisbrogan
My interpretation is that Twitter
(and a few other services) have
become as important as dialtone
to business and communication
Chris Garrett Twitter chrisgarrett
The term ―Social Media‖
describes tools, websites and
software that allows people to
connect and share…. Social
Media Marketing is all about
gaining that Social Media
exposure in a tactical way, all
why carefully avoiding getting
blocked or banned
Darren Rowse Twitter problogger
Most bloggers who rise above
the clutter are quite often prolific
– they work hard, not just writing
content but networking, engaging
in social media and more.
Dave Rosenberg Twitter daveofdoom
Social media is becoming part of
every company's marketing strategy.
There is a great deal of measurable
value from these tools provided you
have established a baseline of what
you hope to achieve.
Dave Saunders Twitter madmain
You can't tiptoe into social
media. You have to jump into
the pool. People have a
natural fear of it. But the scary
part is not being there. Your
customer is already there.
Dave Fleet Twitter davefleet
Social media can, and frequently
can be, the canary in the
goldmine. If you see a steady
trickle of people complaining
about something over a period of
time, you should pay attention.
David Alston Twitter davidalston
Social media is not a media.
[The key is to listen, engage,
and build relationships.]
David Armano Twitter Armano
In its purest form, Social
Business Design is a shift in
thinking—less about media and
more about tapping the benefits
of being a social business in a
David Meerman Scott Twitter dmscott
Social media is a cocktail party.
Viewing the Web as a sprawling
city with social media as the
cocktail parties helps to make
sense of the best ways for
marketers to use the tools of