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Twitter for business, with guest host Laura Fitton, author of Twitter for Dummies

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#smmeasure chat #20 recap

In last week’s chat, the #smmeasure Twitter chat community provided insightful social media recommendations as we discussed the year in review for social media.  To wrap up #smmeasure for 2010, Laura Fitton [2] aka @pistachio [3] will be joining us to answer any questions about Twitter for business.   A big “thank you” goes out to my co-host Sheldon Levine @sysomos [4] and the entire #smmeasure chat community for making this such an enjoyable and informative Twitter chat.

If you weren’t able to join us this time around, here’s the full transcript [5].  If you don’t have time to go over hundreds of tweets, here’s the recap:

Q1: What are the up-and-coming trends in social media marketing measurement?

Q2:  How do you know which stats and figures you report actually mean anything?

Q3:  How do you know whether improving stats are due to changes in your social media activity?

Q4:  What predictions do you have for social media in 2011?

Here are some helpful social media measurement articles mentioned during the chat:

Words of wisdom from guest host Laura Fitton @pistachio:

Join the Marketwire Facebook page [19] to get #smmeasure weekly topics.  If you have any questions for the community, tweet @smmeasure [20] or @marketwire [21] or send me an email nshin[at]marketwire.com.  Keep track of all the #smmeasure chat recaps [22]. Join the #smmeasure LinkedIn Group [23] to connect with others interested in social media and measurement. 

Our #smmeasure chat will be on break for the holidays and will resume Thursday, January 6th, 9:00 am PST, 11:00 am CST, 12:00 pm EST, 5:00 pm if you’re in London, and 3:00 am Friday if you’re in Melbourne. Our #smmeasure chat will be on break for the holidays and will resume Thursday, January 6.  Have a great holiday!

See you in 2011!

Nick


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