Social Media Superstars

Whether you’re planning your next social media campaign or updating your website to reach mobile shoppers, you’ll want to catch some of the buzz in this week’s 5 on Friday. Our featured experts talk trends and stats and customer expectations . . . and their marketing know-how can help you stay on track for success in 2012.

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  1. 2012 Social Media/Marketing Trends
    For this video, Shashi Bellamkonda hits the streets in Potomac, Maryland, to discuss trends and swap ideas with Bob London.
  2. How to Use Pinterest for Marketing
    Heard about this community of curators? Monika Jansen shares tips on using this fun social network to generate buzz.
  3. Mobile Shoppers Don’t Give Your Site a Second Chance
    Is your website optimized for mobile shoppers? Rieva Lesonsky highlights some stats on customer expectations.
  4. 5 Things You Can Learn from Social Media Superstars
    Do you have the qualities to be a social media superstar? Get some insights from Monika Jansen.
  5. Group Deals Are Growing Strong
    Are daily deals part of your marketing mix? Rieva Lesonsky shares results about the leading providers.

Want to add to the buzz? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

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    • http://twitter.com/CSAlexMorris Alex Morris

      I like the Pinterest idea. I can’t help but think soon facebook and its cohorts will will be enjoying some sort of version on the website. Analogous sites are springing up all over the place – Juxtaposition being one example. I only hope that some designer takes it to its logical conclusion and does something new with the idea! Endlessly copying Pinterest, like Juxtaposition blatantly has, is not in keeping with the creative spirit of the original!