Social Media Cheat Sheet 2012

As I travel the country, teaching people how to integrate social media into their dosage cialis marketing efforts — I often get asked — if I only have time to invest in one social media tool or site — which one is best? Naturally, my answer is the definitive — it depends. Accurate but not all that helpful. Like any marketing tactic — the effectiveness of it is based on what you’re trying to accomplish. Social is no different.

Which is why tools like the social media cheat sheet that you see to canadianpharmacy-toprx the right are so helpful. (Originally created by CMO.com back in 2010). The criteria that

they used to “grade” each tool were:

The cheat sheet has been updated. I think you’ll find it very valuable as you access where you should spend your resources (time, http://sildenafilcitrate-100mg-rx.com/ money, attention) in the coming year. You can download a full sized PDF by clicking here. The generic cialis canada online tools they evaluate cialis insurance include the standards like Facebook and Twitter but the sheet includes 14 different sites including the likes of Pinterest (of course) and Reddit, Digg and Slideshare too.

You can also view the cheat sheet on the CMO site here.

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4 Responses to Social Media Cheat Sheet 2012

  1. Nick Stamoulis March 29, 2012 at 5:12 am #

    If you have limited time to dedicate to social media, you want to spend it where your target audience is. Do some research. If you find that one or two sites are visited more frequently, concentrate your efforts there.

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  3. Darrell April 19, 2012 at 7:09 am #

    Your chart would be more helpful if it were color coded.

  4. Drew McLellan April 19, 2012 at 9:55 am #

    Darrell,

    If you click on the link to CMO.com, you’ll see that their online version is color coded but when you make a PDF of it, the color somehow isn’t there.

    Drew