Case studies and brainstorming

November 22, 2009 at 8:08 PM Leave a comment

Are you trying to come up with ideas for 2010?  The San Francisco Social Media Club‘s recent blogpost highlights 3 case studies.  One reviews Starbucks’ customer engagement, another takes a look at a viral video campaign and the last (and my favorite) tackles event promotion. 

I haven’t seen many case studies covering an event.  This is very practical information small businesses could apply in a scaled down version.  For instance, take time well in advance to find local bloggers and magazines who would have an interest in the event.  Even if you have a small social media following, these additional outlets (and their soc med following) will help to give your event organic growth.

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