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Green Marketing on Social Networks

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Participation in social networks continues to grow seemingly without bounds as more people seek to connect, share and collaborate with likeminded individuals online. Today, hundreds of millions of online users have already signed up, with an increasing number belonging to more than one network. For green marketers, social networks provide a compelling channel to communicate with consumers that have an affinity for green or are at least open-minded enough to listen. Today, those users can be found across a wide variety of social networks, including both general interest and vertically focused networks that connect those ...
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REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Green Content Syndication: Part I - 'Deconstructing' Websites ...
Traditionally, publishers have viewed websites as content destinations, challenging marketers to drive traffic to specific websites in order to engage consumers with relevant content.   Today, the model has changed. Increasingly, publishers are uncoupling online content from its host site; marketers are learning to syndicate this content online or encouraging others to do so virally. Jupiter Research has defined this trend as “website deconstruction”.  Moreover, emerging and established content platforms, including news aggregators, video sharing and social bookmarking sites, enable content to exist on ... market research, surveys and trends
Vator.tv - An in-depth report on Playdom's financials
Thursday that it's raised $33 million from Bessemer Venture Partners and Steamboat Ventures. Late Thursday, rumors swirled that Playdom was being courted by Disney for as much as $600 million. If you want to know more about the financials of Playdom, here's the latest report by CandleStick. Playdom is a leader in Social-Networking Games on MySpace With over 55 million in total users on MySpace, Playdom is one of the largest developers of social entertainment widgets and games. The company, a pure play on the social gaming segment is poised to grow at a CAGR of 22% from 2010 to 2013 in our estimate. The widget segment, ... market research, surveys and trends

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While Yahoo has clearly enabled opportunities for contextual advertising, smart marketers may work with Yahoo to enable targeting of consumers based on user behavior within the Green Center and an across the Yahoo portal based on an affinity for products that are green. Yahoo’s Green Center offers advertisers a powerful way to focus their ad spend by targeting only those that are interested in green cars. Today, Yahoo enables two ways to do so within the Green Center: Affinity marketing . It is likely that everyone who visits the Green Center has an affinity for green cars. For advertisers, therefore, any ad placements within ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Survey shows influx of companies using social networks for ...
a recruitment solutions provider, today issued the results of its second annual Social Recruitment Survey. The data shows that employers are more and more extensively recruiting on social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter. It also shows that the companies appear more satisfied with these types of recruits versus the ones they find solely from job boards. According ot the survey, due to these satisfaction levels companies are likely to invest more in these type of candidate sources in 2009, trimming down their spend with job boards and even search firms. Here are some more data points: 76 percent of companies surveyed plan ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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A More Feminine Food System: Farmer Jane (a Book Review)
Let's try something. Picture for a moment, dear reader, a farmer. It doesn't have to be a farmer you know, assuming you are lucky enough to know a farmer . It could be a farmer you've seen on television, in a movie or read about in a book. It could even be an imaginary farmer, a composite created from the pop culture images you've ingested over the years. Ok. Got your farmer in your head? What does he look like? Just kidding -- surely, the title of this post gave away my intention here and skewed the results of this little exercise. But really, most of us probably picture a typical farmer as an aging ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
>Do email marketing and email service skills translate to social?
For iGreenBuild, an industry portal for green building materials, engineering and construction, social networks provided a new way to disseminate information and build its community. "If you look at what we say we are, the voice of sustainable design and construction, over the past decade or so we’ve really grown this community," said Rich Moore, director of iGreenBuild . "Along the way, that's really grown very organically. Now, we're looking at engaging people more actively." Get up to speed with our Social CRM special report Learn the five dimensions of a social media persona See how to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Avoiding Green Marketing Myopia - GR EEN MAR KE TI NG
lesson on how to avoid the common pit- fall of “green marketing myopia. ...... tunities for tapping consumers' social and communication networks to diffuse ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Environmental Health Perspectives: Greenwashing: Do You Know What ...
Dahl R 2010. Greenwashing: Do You Know What You're Buying? Environ Health Perspect 118:a246-a252. doi:10.1289/ehp.118-a246 Online: 01 June 2010 In a United States where climate change legislation, concerns about foreign oil dependence, and mandatory curbside recycling are becoming the “new normal,” companies across a variety of sectors are seeing the benefit of promoting their “greenness” in advertisements. Many lay vague and dubious claims to environmental stewardship. Others are more specific but still raise questions about what their claims really mean. The term for ads and labels that promise more environmental ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
New Media Internship - Green Business & Social Entrepreneurship ...
ABOUT GREEN MARKETING TV Green Marketing TV http://www.greenmarketing.tv/ is the business channel for green and social entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs who care about people, profits, and the planet. Our mission is to empower green & social entrepreneurs by providing them with the tools they need to succeed. We offer inspiring news, insightful interviews, information on how to start & manage your social business, as well as tutorials on how to use the Internet for social change. We are also experts in blogging, social media marketing, and search engine optimization. We are looking for smart interns who are passionate ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
What are your favorite books on social networking? | LinkedIn ...
I'm curious to find out some new books to wet my insatiable appetite for reading and learning. TIA! As always, feel free to connect. =) posted 4 months ago in Professional Networking | Closed Share This Want more business? My engaging Social Media Relationship Marketing gets results! Christine at ChristineHueber dot com see all my answers I get my favorite information online since Social Networking is constantly changing. posted 4 months ago I just bought "Get Connected - The Social Networking Toolkit for Business" by Starr Hall and Chadd Rosenberg. It is a small book and an easy read, but there are some interesting ...
What are the similarities and differences between social networks ...
Social networking does not make an effective collaborative team for creating economic value, or does it? Is the enterprise confronted with immovable object of the traditional IT culture versus irresistible force of users who want to leverage Web2.0 technologies? Is IT going from being a “craft” to being a “technician?” These are some of the question I have been researching. For more details, please see: Leveraging Social Networking for Enterprise, but HOW? at http://allcollaboration.com/home/2009/10/31/leveraging-social-networking-for-enterprise-but-how.html I would value your points-of-view and ...