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31/12/2011 by

2011 In Social Media – What’s In And Out

2011 is almost over, it’s time for a recap, what was In and Out this year, what really mattered in the field of Social Media.

2011 In Social Media - What's In And Out

Have a look on two reflections of 2011 in two infographics – What Mattered In 2011 For Social Media and Out With The Old, In With The New.

An overview of who missed the mark and hit the spot (plus some caught in between) by months, made by Flotown.

What Mattered in 2011 for Social Media


Results of a survey of small business owners compiled by Intuit, putting together reflections on 2011 and new opportunities for coming 2012.

Out With The Old, In The New

What are your thoughts and feelings of 2011 from the business point of view? Was it a bad, good or average year for your business? And what are you looking forward to in the next year?

And of course Happy New Year and all the best for 2012!

Sources: Flotown, Intuit


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