My social media reading list

I’ve been accumulating news stories and blog posts for a B2B social media training course.  As much as I like Digg, I felt like Delicious was a better way to organizing the articles.

Here is the link

I particularly like Peter Kim ‘s wiki with social media use cases.  ** Name drop alert *** Peter, maybe we could grab another giant crab boil at SXSW this year with Mr. Cutler…

I still need to add a bunch of Groundswell related stuff and don’t like any of the conventional articles about measurement as they were mostly written by people who have never marketed anything besides themselves.

Did I miss any obvious ones.

Any ones I should delete?

Thanks and slice you later.

Author: Frank Days

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  1. Frank,

    I wonder if you should also consider Search engine optimization and advertising in social media. If so, SEMPO institute is a good one for folks to check out. I am its member and taking the ‘Insider guide to search marketing’ course.

  2. Ajay,

    Good question. Most of the “social media marketing” types who also subscribe to the inbound marketing philosphy see the two as interconnected.

    Thanks for the heads up about SEMPO. I have to check it out.


  3. Just started off with your suggestions on Digg and Delicious.

    Thanks Frank

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