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2012 Social Media Predictions

Social Media Predictions For 2012
By Avi Savar Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other outlets are constantly evolving and experimentation is necessary to find success. Once we accept that “social” does not equal “transactional” we’ll all be a lot more adept at using it in 2012. Three trends and tools to watch in the coming year:

12 B2B Social Media Predictions for 2012

By Jeffrey L. Cohen 2012 is going to be a big year for adoption of social media for B2B companies. The following predictions for 2012 reveal many of the ways B2B companies will leverage social media for their business success.

5 Social Media Predictions for 2012
By Kevin Green Typically, I avoid prediction posts for the simple fact that the social marketing and social business space changes so dramatically almost every day. However, after reading a few 2012 Social Media Prediction posts already, I can’t help but share my thoughts as they are a bit different from some of the other recognizable names in social.

150+ Content Marketing & Social Media Predictions for 2012
By Joe Pulizzi This year’s content marketing and social media predictions contain more than 150 predictions from over 75 of the leading marketing experts (a big thanks to all our contributors).

2012 Social Media Prediction Roundup: Common Themes for the New Year
By Kara Martens This year’s predictions so far illustrate that social media is growing up, in a sense. Customers are expanding their uses of social media to more devices and into more daily tasks, and marketers are following. Brands’ social media programs will mature, and with that comes a focus on data, analytics, and integration.

About Chad Richards

Chad is Senior Social Media Manager at Firebelly Marketing, a social media marketing agency. Connect with him on Twitter, Linkedin and .

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