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  • CLICK DOCUMENTS 11 Great Content Marketing & Social Media Marketing Quotes for 2009 Part 5 Compiled By: Ambal Balakrishnan 1
  • Lisa Wehr Twitter LisaWehr It's important to learn the difference between social sharing sites, social networking sites, social bookmarking sites, social news sites, and social review sites -- because the differences between them can and will affect your success. CLICK Oneupweb.com DOCUMENTS 2
  • Mac McIntosh Twitter B2B_Sales_Leads Sure social media is getting lots of buzz, but is it really productive at meeting what I believe are the primary objectives of B2B marketing—driving leads and sales? CLICK sales-lead-insights.com DOCUMENTS 3 View slide
  • Marcel Lebrun Twitter lebrun The social phone is ringing. Are you answering? Radian6.com mediaphilosopher.com CLICK DOCUMENTS 4 View slide
  • Mari Smith Twitter marismith With social media so prevalent we are all EXTREMELY visible. Your prospective clients, your peers and your competition can drill as deep as they wish searching, reading and gathering information online about you and posted by you without you ever knowing who’s searching. Depending on what they find, your prospects may choose to do business with you or not. CLICK marismith.com DOCUMENTS 5
  • Maria Pergolino Twitter InboundMarketer Social media should not stand alone as it works best when used in conjunction with all marketing resources and tools. By thinking of social media as a piece in your overall marketing strategy you will save your organization time, make customers and prospects happier, and provide a stronger return on your social media efforts. CLICK marketo.com DOCUMENTS 6
  • Mark Nagurski Twitter reallypractical Consumers of media are becoming increasingly savvy about the accuracy of online content and will seek out trusted sources – trust gained through accurate reporting and reputation. reallypractical.com CLICK DOCUMENTS 7
  • Michael Stelzner Twitter Mike_Stelzner Social media is not about promotion, it's about engagement. CLICK writingwhitepapers.com DOCUMENTS 8
  • Naomi Dunford Twitter ittyBiz Social media is not fair, but it is no less fair than anything else. ittybiz.com CLICK DOCUMENTS 9
  • Newt Barrett Twitter newtbarrett Old-school marketers are used to one-way marketing communication and a sales approach that talks at the customer rather than with the customer. That just doesn't work anymore. CLICK contentmarketingtoday.com DOCUMENTS 10
  • Patrick Schwerdtfeger Twitter Schwerdtfeger The ability to search real-time conversations for specific terms presents an enormous opportunity for marketers….Any future revenue model will likely revolve around that functionality. webifybook.com CLICK DOCUMENTS 11
  • Patsi Krakoff Twitter PatsiBlogSquad Focus on others, what you can do to help them. Act like you’re a new arrival in a cocktail party. Don’t try to draw attention to yourself and your business. But be sure to be helpful by sharing where they can get helpful information to help solve their problems. CLICK writingontheweb.com DOCUMENTS 12
  • THANK you Blog: ClickDocuments – ConnectTheDocs, ClickIdeas Twitter: @ClickDocuments, @Ambal 13