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Day to day I spend a fair bit of time reading other people’s blog content. These are 3 blog posts that I’ve read in the last week or so, that I recommend you read as well:

THE GAP BETWEEN SOCIAL CUSTOMERS AND SOCIAL MARKETERS

In this post, Pam Dyer digs into research released by the Pivot Conference that illustrate the gap that exists between social media marketers and social consumers. Topics explored include what social consumers want from brands’ social media marketing efforts, mobile social media app usage behaviour, and what deal and coupon sites are being frequented.

6 SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT TIPS FROM A DIGITAL MARKETER TURNED COMMUNITY MANAGER

Neal Schaffer interviews digital marketer turned community manager Tanya McTavish, who shares 6 valuable community management tips including being part of the sales team, maintaining a human feel to your interactions, connecting and learning from influencers, playing a key role in customer service, taking ownership of your brand, and the value of numbers.

10 HABITS OF HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL BLOGGERS

Marya Jan details 10 habits that highly successful bloggers exhibit. Habits include being voracious readers, being true experts, developing genuine relationships with other bloggers, delivering insanely useful content, and caring deeply for their community, to list a few.

Take a read, let me know what you think, and let these great bloggers know what you think.

Have you read anything great that you’d like to share? Please feel free to do so in the comments, or any of these places:

Email: matthew@rgbsocial.com

Twitter: @RGBSocial

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