Facebook – Better Than Twitter for Marketing?

By Amy Porterfield
Published January 18, 2010

The team at Social Media Examiner recently received a real gold mine of social media insight.  It’s a mega report recently released by MarketingProfs called, “The State of Social Media Marketing.”  This massive report highlights social media usage, strategy and predictions for 2010.  And this article will bring you a small look at some of the findings from this content-rich report.

By the way, MarketingProfs used a three-tiered approach to craft this study, including consulting with a panel of social media experts, surveying more than 5,000 MarketingProfs readers and asking comScore to mine its panel data.  This approach adds greater integrity and scope to the overall results.

#1: What’s “Normal” in Social Media Usage?

How often are marketers posting on some of the most popular social sites such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn?  Here’s a snapshot of the frequency of posts:  … read more on the Social Media Examiner blog;


One Response to “Facebook – Better Than Twitter for Marketing?”
  1. tweetadder says:

    Tip* to deliver updated content everyday on twitter, you can use a news aggregator or RSS feed, you can as well post at planned times during the day. The maximum tweets that you should post daily should be between 2 and 4. more than 5 tweets is overkill.

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