Using Social Media like Digg and Stumbleupon Strategically to Increase Web Traffic: A Case Study

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Want to know more about actual social media and web 2.0 strategies? Fellow avid Digg and Stumbleupon user Danielle Brigida provides two great case studies in social media marketing from her experience at the National Wildlife Federation. Click the arrows below to click through this Slideshare presentation which tells you the basics of getting started, demographics, advantages, and strategies for maximizing the advantages of Stumbleupon and Digg.

Update: this post by Beth breaks down this social media case study presentation slide by slide

You can follow Danielle on Stumbleupon and Digg.

Feel free to add this to Digg and Stumbleupon.

For more great guidance check out our blogging and social media best practices resource.

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2 responses to “Using Social Media like Digg and Stumbleupon Strategically to Increase Web Traffic: A Case Study

  1. Digg and stumbleupon in web2.0 submitter are helping to submit articles easily in social book marketing sites

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