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Stuck in a rut with your social media marketing efforts? Learn the benefits of outsourcing the job to your fanbase here.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed:  It was a big week for hackers! It all started Monday, when someone hacked Burger King’s Twitter account, posting obscene messages and changing its profile picture to a McDonald’s logo. The very next day Jeep’s social media team posted ‘How Not To Get Hacked,’ and were promptly, hacked
Interested to see how the Pittsburgh Penguins’ social media strategy stacks up? Find out in our social media breakdown.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed: The Grammys topped headlines earlier this week. The award show caused some serious buzz on social networks and Twitter saw four times as much action during this year’s event than in 2012
Find him on Twitter  Title: Application Developer  Super Power: The Ability to Grow a Full Beard in 4 Hours Three things you should know about Michael: 
Why spend your own time and money promoting your content? Learn how to turn your social media fans into viral marketing tools here.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed.
Wonder how The North Face’s social media branding efforts stack up against the rest? Find out here in our social media break down.
@MeaghanJMurray Title: Account Manager Super Power: The Ability to Stay Super Cool Under Pressure Three things you should know about Meaghan: 
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed:
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed:
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed: Facebook had everyone on edge last week when they announced a mysterious event suggesting something big was in store.  That “something big” turned out to be a better internal search system. And according to Forbes, the new feature might as well be Facebook’s Siri.  
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop.
@ercalinny Title: Marketing Intern Super Power: Excel Expert Three things you should know about Lindsay: 
This holiday season, the social web is hotter than ever. Brands are turning to social media to reach more users than ever. Learn how some organizations are using social media for good this holiday season.
2012 was a big year for social media. Take a look at the top 10 moments: Facebook buys Instagram – Twitter subsequently breaks up with Instagram Facebook bought Instagram in April for $1 billion which resulted in a fight between Instagram and Twitter. Luckily, that was resolved and all is right in the oversharing world again.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed:
@justquick Title: Application Developer  Super Power: Sourcerer  Three things you should know about Justin: 
Is your brand looking for the new trend in social media marketing tools to take your efforts to the next level? Click here to learn about the next frontier, fan empowerment.
With books and print media facing fierce competition from their digital counterparts, Random House has taken to the social web. Find out how their social engagement and influence stack up in this social media breakdown.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed: If you’ve been anxiously awaiting access to the born-again MySpace, you’re in for a treat. The social network is now accepting its first round of users and the rumor is, it's beautiful
@ecullen5 Title: Sales & Marketing Intern  Super Power: Intelligence gathering Three things you should know about Emily: 
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed:
  Title: Office Administrator   Super Power: The "GateKeeper"  Three things you should know about Elizabeth: 
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop.
  Title: VP of Social Media Strategy & Partnerships Super Power: He's the king of relationship building Three things you should know about David:  1. He owns his own golf management and travel company, DogDenGolf!
What’s more American than football? Trick question, nothing is more American than football (although this is pretty close). That makes the New England Patriots, a team named after the people that fought for America's independence, the most American thing about America.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop.
@davidundara Title: VP of Business Development & Account Management  Super Power: He's a phenomenal presenter (and cook!) Three things you should know about David: 
Listen up all you namby-pamby brands out there! October is over and we are t-minus 2 months away from our annual D-Day: The Holiday Season. Sure it might only be fall, and hordes of costumed children just finished arrogantly demanding candy from their neighbors.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop.
@MatthewCOCook Title: Chief Information Officer  Super Power: He can optimize code to make it lightning fast Three* things you should know about Matt: 
By understanding what is motivating our customers and prospects, we can better understand their needs and know how to properly communicate/interact with them. In the case of brand ambassadors, understanding the internal motivations (and emotional triggers behind these motivations) of your most loyal brand advocates is the first step to creating a powerful brand ambassador program that drives results.
We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed: Zuckerberg had a good week! Facebook shares soared Wednesday after the company’s earnings report topped expectations.  
Walt Rampata, Chief Marketing Officer at SocialToaster, joined AK Stout on Social Geek Radio this week. During this episode, Walt answers questions on identifying and accumulating brand ambassadors. 
@razzaque Title: CEO  Super Power: Social Dazzler  Three things you should know about Brian: 
Even though the Orioles lost in the post-season, fans are still overwhelmingly supportive and many have outwardly thanked the team for giving them such an exciting season. This presents an amazing opportunity for the Orioles to capture the spirit of these fans through the off season and primed to buy tickets when Opening Day hits next spring. When a sports team has a big swell in their fan base, what can they do to engage these fans and build a long standing relationship? Let’s take a look at what the Orioles’ can do to amplify their new fans.

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