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The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web

Marketing on the Social Web

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Social media, which relates to the sharing of information, experiences, and perspectives throughout community oriented websites, is becoming increasingly significant in our online world. Thanks to social media, the geographic walls that divide individuals are crumbling, and new online communities are emerging and growing. Some examples of social media include blogs, forums, message boards, picture and video sharing sites, user-generated sites, wikis, and podcasts. Each of these tools helps facilitate communication about ideas that users are passionate about, and connects like-minded individuals throughout the world.

Social websites have been built to unify individuals with similar interests: social news sites that are governed by the "wisdom of crowds", social bookmarking sites that allow individuals to discover websites that a large number of other people have already discovered, and niche social networks that unify individuals under a common interest. As such, a new discipline, "social media optimization", also called "social media marketing" has evolved.

Using available social media tools, users endorse approved content for their peers. As soon as an active user of a social news site of influencer discovers a piece of content and spreads it, word of mouth commences. The idea is a viral spread, which is heightened by online communities and the cross-pollination of content on other social media sites.

Given a compelling marketing strategy and creative demonstration, social media marketing can lead people to purchase the desired product or service. If you're getting links out of your social marketing strategy, it's because people are talking about you. It's important to note that social media users are seeking out the voices of their peers - they're not listening to you as a corporate entity anymore.

Partial Contents:

What is "Social Media" Marketing?
What Makes "Social Media" Marketing Different?
A Brief Introduction to Social Media Portals
The Web as a Means of Giving Consumers a Voice
It's Time to Join The Conversation
Are You Ready for Social Media Marketing?
Researching Your Social Media Community
Formulating Your Strategy
Networking Within a Social Medium
The "Participation is Marketing" Phenomenon
Reputation Management
A short History of Blogging
Blogs as Online Influencers
A Beginners Guide to Blog Platforms
Writing for Blog Audiences
Microblogging and Using Twitter
Business Uses of Twitter
Facebook, Myspace, Linkedin, and other Social Networking Sites
Using Yahoo! Answers for Social Media Marketing
Create Your Own Wiki
Using Social Bookmarking Sites
The Wisdom of Crowds
What is Social News?
Using Pictures to Market
The Video Marketing Guide
Strategizing in Social Media Communities

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