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In my presentation, I mention several web sites, articles, and other links that you may not have had time to jot down while I was speaking. If that’s the case, here are all the references I made in chronological order:
Stats Nielsen: Social Media Report 2012 Localeze/15miles: Local Search Study: 63% of consumers likely to use a small business if it has a social networking presence Search Engine Land: What Social Signals Do Google & Bing Really Count?
Blogs Jeremiah Owyang: Web Strategy: How To Evolve Your Irrelevant Corporate Website HubSpot: Active Business Blogs Draw 6.9 Times More Organic Search Traffic Than Non-Bloggers HubSpot: Study Shows Business Blogging Leads to 55% More Website Visitors Dr. Cynthia Bailey: Dr. Cynthia Bailey: Skin Care Blog Mike Blumenthal: Understanding Google Maps & Local Search
Facebook Facebook for Businesses La Condesa (Facebook Page example) Report: Only 3% to 7.5% of Fans View Posts From A Facebook Page Small Business Search Marketing: Photos Draw Most Facebook Interactions, Links Draw the Least Facebook Graph Search
Twitter: Getting Started Uchiko Austin Twitter – Who to Follow
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