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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Mar/1)

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Report: State of Corporate Social Media 2011 (from Hootsuite):http://j.mp/f3bpIY

Open Foresight & The Future of Facebook Project: http://j.mp/hGXgId

Daily coverage of media channels - 1960-2010 (Norway) http://goo.gl/2yceD - great graph!

How Econsultancy measures Twitter via Google Analytics:http://j.mp/gF42Xw

Episode #16 - Web Analytics TV With Avinash Kaushik and Nick Mihailovski" - great show answering your analytics questions!

 

Report: Brands Pursue the Social Consumer.

Earlier today I posted "How to convince a skeptical audience into embracing social media". Also, "How to Sell Your CEO on Social Media Marketing".

Google Expands Street View's Reach Off Road.

Motorola's Xoom meets its toughest test: HTML5 benchmarking.

Note: BTW - the iPad 2 is coming out tomorrow.

Paywall Strategies 2011: Forrester Analyst Nick Thomas on "monetising the user, not the content"

That was quick. Verizon to Drop Unlimited iPhone Data Plans as Soon as This Summer.

What a Small Linen Company Can Teach You About Social Media.

The usual nonsense. About online video adoption.

And finally, If you don't like Facebook's Like button... use the force!

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