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Social Media in the Inc. 500 - Center for Marketing Research - 2008

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Study conducted by the Center for Marketing Research about the corporate adoption of social media between 2007 and 2008 by …

Study conducted by the Center for Marketing Research about the corporate adoption of social media between 2007 and 2008 by
the Inc. 500.

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  • 1. Social Media in the Inc. 500: The First Longitudinal Study Conducted by: Nora Ganim Barnes, Ph.D. (nbarnes@umassd.edu) Eric Mattson (eric@ericmattson.com) The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research recently conducted one of the first statistically significant, longitudinal studies on the usage of social media in corporations. The new study compares corporate adoption of social media between 2007 and 2008 by the Inc. 500, a list of the fastest-growing private U.S. companies compiled annually by Inc. Magazine. For details about the 2007 Inc. 500 and the complete directory of the included companies, please visit Inc. Magazine's website at www.Inc.com. In 2007 (using the 2006 Inc. 500 list), the first study of this group and their use of social media was released and revealed that the Inc. 500 was outpacing the more traditional Fortune 500 in their use of social media. For example,