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  • http://oooooozoooooone.com Fatin

    Great article , the trends to social media are a lot but those digital ones you mentioned above are among the first we should think about !

    Thanks a lot for sharing :)

  • http://www.thisinspires.me Francis A

    Great Article and those were 6 Social Media Trends that we should keep in mind! The Data Decade DIY is a big one because keeping up with the changes requires us to keep up with the latest and greatest SEO tools, tools for our website, and others! Enjoyed it, Thank You!

  • http://www.melodylealamb.com Melody Lamb

    Great post! I am bookmarking this super list of Social Media tips and trends now so that I can refer back to it frequently. The trends in Social Media are indeed exciting, constantly changing and here to stay!

  • http://www.TheFranchiseKingBlog.com Joel Libava

    Jeff,

    Great post! I really like what you said about DIY.

    Some of the tools out there have changed everything.

    The Franchise King®

  • Bob

    If you look carefully, this actually says nothing at all but simply states the obvious.

  • http://convergemissionary.com/ Brian Stankich

    I’m trying to encourage my organization to use more social media. I’m at the forefront in some ways by simply doing the basics. We have others interested who will open an account but then not really engage others. It is sad to see so many who are anti-social in a social context.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the comment Brian. Yes it is a challenge to involve the organisation in participating especially when there are generational issues. Aging baby boomers quite often don’t even understand the importance of a website.

  • http://twitter.com/BHSMITH Bradley H. Smith

    I enjoy your posts!

  • @NatLanc

    As you know Jeff, I find your site incredibly useful and insightful. I would, however disagree with point 3.

    There are still innumerable people and businesses who lack the skills to engage online effectively.

    They need an external source to help guide them. So it is not cost free, and even if they are willing to spend the time researching themselves; that is not free, there is the cost of their time spent doing this.

    Otherwise, another great post.

  • @ayiajavon

    short and explicit. Thank you!

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  • Rob Marks

    Good article, but as @NatLanc commented, time investment can be substantial. However, if the time is spent learning the skills you will not only likely increase your effective marketing but you will be able to understand why and better replicate the results as well.