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The analytics of #BTVSMD

Thoughtfaucet’s next Web Analytics Wednesday meet up is all about Burlington Social Media Day – at least the analytics and traffic aspect of it. It’s hands-on. See how marketing and SEO on social media channels (and this quick n’ dirty website) generated a sizable chunk of traffic in a very short period of time. An […]

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Burlington loves its bloggers

Pulled from the write-in option on the Burlington Social Media Usage Survey, voters suggested dozens of local blogs they love to read. These blogs run the gamut from photography, tech, outdoors, food, travel, issues, kids and more. There are also many more bloggers in Vermont. Dana Freeman* Findandgoseek.net Joshua Becker** Becoming Minimalist *Voted as best […]

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Why we attend Tweet Ups (or don’t)

We asked if Burlington social media users had ever attended a local Tweet Up. If so, what might make them better? If they had not, what’s holding them back? Planning to organize a Tweet Up? Consider some of the ideas and concerns submitted from the Burlington Social Media Usage survey in June. Aside from assorted […]

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How we use social media

Results of the BTVSMD Social Media Usage Survey visualized. Download the 2.1mb infographic in PDF here. Infographic designed by Lara Dickson at Deepdishcreative.com Compare national social media usage data from June 2011 by Pew Research Center.

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BTVSMD winner badges for your website

Did you, your business or organization get awarded “Best ________” in the Burlington Social Media Day voting round? By popular demand we created these neat little badges for your website and blog. Just download, add to your website, and link the badge to: http://bit.ly/j8V78X.

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Happy Social Media Day from Mashable

Thursday’s 2nd annual Social Media Day celebration was a huge success throughout the world. Events took place in at least 90 countries. Mashable’s founder Pete Cashmore sent out this video Thank You to everyone who participated. No, thank you, Pete!

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