Nov 1, 2011

Social Media – Fortune 500 Adoption of Social Media Slowing : MarketingProfs Article
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Social Media – The use of blogging, Twitter, and Facebook among the nation’s largest companies has leveled off in 2011, according to a new study by the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.    Among companies listed on the 2011 Fortune 500, the use of three key social media platforms–Twitter, Facebook, and blogs—has increased slightly or stayed flat over the previous 12 months: 62% now use Twitter (have an official corporate account with tweet activity in the previous month), up from 60% in 2010.58% have a corporate Facebook page, up from 56% a year earlier.23% have a corporate public-facing blog with items posted in the previous 12 months, the same percentage reported in 2010. Read more: http://www.marketingprofs.com/charts/2011/6271/fortune-500-adoption-of-social-media-slowing#ixzz1cSIgb4DE
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