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This infographic from EveryoneSocial illustrates the factors involved in building an employee advocacy program.
This infographic from Leisure Jobs illustrates seven aspects of LinkedIn optimization.
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Connecting with consumers was the top way US small-business owners used social networks for business purposes.
Facebook made the biggest leap among the social networks, with one out of 10 CEOs using the channel for visibility, up from 4% in 2010.
A survey of the online activity of CEOs from 50 of the world’s largest companies in 2010 revealed that only 36% were considered social; that rose to 66% by 2012.
Facebook experienced the largest percentage growth of writers names appearing on page 1, increasing by 10 to 62 percent.