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英語の勉強に無料でおすすめのサイト・ポッドキャスト - watanabiの日記
http://d.hatena.ne.jp/watanabi/20090118/1232254523
13 Essential Social-Media 'Listening Tools' : MarketingProfs Articles
http://www.marketingprofs.com/9/essential-social-media-listening-tools-mcdaniel.asp?sp=1

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"If you have customers, chances are they're talking about you to their friends, to their coworkers, and to anyone else who will listen. Here are some of the top tools for listening to and monitoring the online chatter about your brand:"
You're a marketer who's hip to the idea of social media: You have a blog for your company or client, you know Facebook inside and out, and you can Tweet with the best of them. So you've got the communicating part down pat.
Grow Bigger Ears in 10 Minutes | chrisbrogan.com
http://www.chrisbrogan.com/grow-bigger-ears-in-10-minutes/
10 steps to setting up a free listening station on the web
Evolution: The Eight Stages Of Listening « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing
http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/2009/11/10/evolution-the-eight-stages-of-listening/
As Social Customers Become More Empowered, Organizations Must Have A Listening Strategy As we approach 2010 planning companies need a strategy around listening. Sadly, most companies, and their agency partners don’t know why to listen or how. As a result, they must identify which stage of listening they are at, and then set a goal on which stage they see to aspire in 2010. I originally published this matrix for client workshops and a keynote presentation on developing listening and advocacy programs, and I’m going to continue to share more and blow-out each of my slides.
RT: @shakingtree: As Social Customers Become More Empowered, Organizations Must Have A Listening Strategy http://bit.ly/j6NY1 - by @jowyang [from http://twitter.com/harro/statuses/5656284212]
13 Essential Social-Media 'Listening Tools' : MarketingProfs Articles
http://www.marketingprofs.com/9/essential-social-media-listening-tools-mcdaniel.asp
You're a marketer who's hip to the idea of social media: You have a blog for your company or client, you know Facebook inside and out, and you can Tweet with the best of them. So you've got the communicating part down pat. But the big question is, Are you listening? If you have customers, chances are they're talking about you to their friends, to their coworkers, and to anyone else who will listen. Here are some of the top tools for listening to and monitoring the online chatter about your brand: