2009 has been an interesting year for marketing. Social media seems to have quickly created a place for itself, even while marketers are still trying to figure it out. That’s why I thought it would be interesting to track just what topics received the most attention from my Twitter postings at http://www.twitter.com/srufo . Personally, I still love the “Martini Marketing” article.
Top 10 news stories clicked by Twitter readers in the past year.
|1.||Social media emerging as key to ski-industry marketing according to Mountain Travel Symposium. http://ow.ly/25Vs|
|2.||MUST READ. MySpace becomes social-media “ghetto” http://ow.ly/uSJ5|
|3.||Social media challenges social rules. Old social rules don’t seem to work online http://ow.ly/BTle|
|4.||Can your loyalty be bought? Microsoft wants to pay publishers to leave Google. http://ow.ly/FeeX|
|5.||Vail Resorts’ Top Exec Acknowledges Huge Decline in Ski Season. Retail & Ski School hardest hit. http://ow.ly/21mh|
|6.||Martini Marketing. Brilliant! Why didn’t I think of this? http://ow.ly/4i0b|
|7.||What do spa guests want in these uncertain economic times? Over 1,300 active spa-goers responded to this poll. http://ow.ly/FdHr|
|8.||Good reminder. How to Not Go Out of Business – from BusinessWeek http://ow.ly/EjL1|
|9.||VIDEO: Tapping marketing potential of your site’s press page http://ow.ly/4Deu|
|10.||Did social networks kill Second Life? Anyone still using SL? http://ow.ly/HtQE|