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The ROI on Social Media

By on December 26, 2011 in Daily Pick with 4 Comments

“There is no such thing as Social Media” says Gary V!

What!? So what have we been doing all this time?

Gary V has a lot to say about this! Check out the keynote speech on his channel as well.

What do you think?

 

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Chris Haught

Chris Haught

Editor at Blogging Painters at Partners in Sites
Chris Haught is the editor of Blogging Painters, the leading resource for paint contractors. Chris also works with contractors to improve their website and social media presence. When not blogging about the painting industry, she works in the educational sector as a media and technology mentor.
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  1. Doug says:

    We as a company are just beginning to get into using social media tools ourselves. We’ve found that it’s great for driving traffic to our website and has helped us build relationships with people in our industry we wouldn’t have otherwise met. I think ROI depends on what you’re looking for and how you measure it. Gary V is an excellent resource.

    • Chris says:

      Doug, you hit the nail on the head with “building relationships”! Another great blogger you might want to check out is Brian Solis, he writes a lot on how companies can build those relationships. Here is to a great 2012! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Terry Miller says:

    Gary has made a business of social media. He came about at the right time, developing his business as social media became the place to go. Our business has taken the open mind approach about social media. It can be a huge tool or a disaster zone, based on how you use it. As with any tool, using social media can and will grow your business. Used improperly you may create a monster that could harm you for years to come. We use the standard, create friends, do not sell and be the expert approach. We are not a billboard and do not want to force feed our friends. It works for our business and look forward to taking it further.

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