Trending on Twitter: What Q4 is reading & sharing on social networks – week of August 1, 2011

5 August 2011

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Social media has made the sharing of ideas and information easy.  Sometimes you may see a tweet that catches your eye  – but if you’re not fast enough it’s already been replaced with something else.  Add to that, the fact that sometimes there are not enough hours in the day to read everything.

That’s why we’ve decided to put together a list of some interesting things we’ve been reading and subsequently sharing with our followers for the week of August 1, 2011:

Paper on investor relations and social media in the new 2011 IAOC journal: http://bit.ly/neBOcu

Nielsen Ratings Coming to Facebook Campaigns This Month: on.mash.to/qB9jqv

Buffett Can’t Get Analysts to Say Buy Berkshire: http://bloom.bg/qTtBAm

How Washington took the U.S. to the brink: reut.rs/qeiaya

More findings from survey of European fund managers and analysts: http://bit.ly/nERrMj

Financial Analysts — We Love the “Beat”: http://ir4.me/dRShK

Is It Time to Invest in Your Investor Day?: http://t.co/K68XCPg

Will Netflix CEO Hastings usher in a new era for investor relations? http://ir4.me/dbCHj

SlideShare presentation: IR 2.0 International Benchmark Study: http://t.co/k9FmTkh

5 Tips for Integrating Social Media with Offline Events: http://bit.ly/nNudbT

8 emerging social media archiving solutions: http://bit.ly/rfyhBC

Happy Reading!

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Andreas Köster

6 years ago

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Great links – thanks a lot!

Anonymous

6 years ago

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We’re glad that you are finding this useful!

Vicki Flaugher

6 years ago

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Very cool that you included my blog post here re: integrating your offline event with your online presence with social. I am such a passionate advocate for the power of social media to integrate our business lives that it’s such a rush to get to talk about it on commPRO.biz’s site. I really appreciate the feature – Thanks!!

Vicki @Smartwoman Flaugher

Anonymous

6 years ago

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Thanks Vicki.   We have done extensive research on how public companies are using social media and are seeing a lot of corporations use social networks to enhance their online presence.  For example, many companies are videotaping live coverage of their CEO or other management members speaking from a conference and subsequently posting it on YouTube.  Many are also posting the YouTube link on their IR website, which helps increase awareness and website traffic.

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