5 questions that nag social media marketers

Marketers are high on using social media—they’re just a little foggy about how, exactly, to do so.

The fifth annual Social Media Marketing Industry Report from Social Media Examiner was released last month and the results weren’t overwhelmingly surprising.

More than 3,000 marketers were surveyed and, although the report finds they place very high value on social media, the increase is only 3 percentage points over last year. That said, the percentage—86 percent—is pretty high.

In other words, more than 2,500 marketers place a very high value on social media.

That’s great—but what concerns me is where they want to focus:

• Tactics and engagement
• YouTube
• Blogging
• Podcasting
• Measurement
• Increased exposure

Written by Gini Dietrich.  To read the full article, click here.

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2 Responses to 5 questions that nag social media marketers

  1. Pingback: Social Media Marketing Monday - 20130701 PortMac Online Marketing Specialists

  2. mocasm says:

    Reblogged this on MOCA Solutions & Marketing and commented:
    Interesting read… While I do not personally use social media as much as many people in my generation, I also know how valuable it can be.

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