Make IT Happen in 2011 — Eleven for ’11: Tips, lessons & predictions from end-of-2010 blogs

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Just in case you are preparing your New Year’s Resolutions, you might want to check out predictions and suggestions for 2011 in these Eleven blog posts:

1) http://yhoo.it/igHzCA

Predictions for small business: paring down to the essential social media platforms based on proven successes and strong metrics; corporate blogging; more cloud computing

2) http://celestinechua.com/blog/healthy-living

Ok, we’ll do 45 better living tips as well, beginning with: Drink More Water. That certainly works for me! Oh, yes, and while you’re at it, Purge Negativity.

3) http://www.davidhenderson.com/2010/12/24/five-steps-for-organic-social-media-for-2011/

Countless organizations advertise to hire a “social media expert,” generally one entry level person to handle all of the company’s social media outreach. That’s an approach doomed from the start.

4) http://prsay.prsa.org/index.php/2010/12/22/2011-pr-trends

One of the biggest trends for 2011 will be the evolution of location-based apps.

5) http://socialmediatoday.com/joshgordon/253668/content-marketing-lessons-top-10-retweets-2010

Marketing lessons from top 10 retweets: “Each of the top tweets, in their own unique way, captured a universal feeling, moment, idea, or bit of wisdom for many.”

6) http://mashable.com/2010/12/24/mobile-predictons-2011

We WILL see a Verizon iPhone and iPads ARE mobile, despite what Mark Zuckerburg thinks.

7) http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/12/zeitgeist-2010-how-world-searched.html

Zeitgist 2010: Here’s Google’s report on most searched for topics: The devastating earthquakes in China, Chile and Haiti as well as the floods in Pakistan and the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico led to a huge spike in all things charitable.

8] http://lsvp.wordpress.com/2010/12/03/2011-consumer-internet-predictions

Brand advertising starts to move online, boosting premium display, video and social media: The key driver of this renewed confidence from brand advertisers is better measurement of brand metrics that can show the impact of online advertising beyond clickthrough.

9) http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2010/news/companies/1012/gallery.business_dumbest_moments_2010.fortune/index.html

Among the dumbest business decisions of the year: Steve Jobs telling iPhone4 users they were holding the phone wrong.

10) http://mediatransparent.com/2010/12/21/8-major-social-commerce-trends-for-2011

Social commerce will become relevant at a local level when online meets offline, creating virtual town squares where communities of local folk congregate.

11) http://online-social-networking.com/3-key-social-media-and-web-marketing-strategies-for-2011

Facebook says GOODBYE to Open Networking.

What’s your Best Guess for 2011? What do you INTEND to make happen?

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Posted by Shari Weiss   @   28 December 2010
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Author Dec 28, 2010
1:28 pm

Here are 8 social media resolutions from Bloomburg Businessweek:http://www.businessweek.com/smallbiz/content/dec2010/sb20101227_763827.htm

Dec 29, 2010
1:38 am

Great article Shari, Happy New Year!

Author Dec 29, 2010
12:46 pm

Same to you, James, let’s both increase our reach this year!!! I “predict” 🙂

Author Jan 2, 2011
1:08 am

Here are SIX predictions for Social Media Networks:
1) Google as a company is built for speed and efficiency, neither of which are critical to the success of a social network. That’s why we predict another horrendous year for the search giant in the social realm.
2) Eventually MySpace will bottom out; we just don’t know when.
3) Bebo gets a new owner . . . again.
4) Facebook doesn’t believe it’s ready for an IPO: Facebook would benefit from another year of growth absent the added scrutiny that comes with a public listing.
5) In 2011, Twitter is going to be one of the most boring social media services around. And I know the Twitter team is just fine with that.
6) 2011 will be the year mobile photo sharing becomes all the rage. These services will hit critical mass as smartphone users install apps in order to keep up with their friends. I also predict that Facebook will join the fray and implement new mobile photo-sharing features integrated with its Places platform, bringing the whole trend to another level.

Author Jan 3, 2011
1:32 am

4 Predictions for the future of politics and social media: http://mashable.com/2010/12/29/predictions-politics-social-media

For one: In the U.S., we’re already seeing web use catch up with television in terms of weekly hours spent. Political money will simply go where the eyeballs are, and we’re likely to see a big payoff on social creativity when it comes to future campaigns.

Author Jan 3, 2011
2:17 am

95 articles on predictions via Mashable. It will take at least a month — if not the entire year — to read and digest these: http://mashable.com/2011/01/01/predictions-roundup-2011

But have a go at it!

Author Jan 4, 2011
2:34 am

Social media will become mainstream and 29 other predictions: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/30-social-media-predictions-from-30-social-media-pros/

Jan 21, 2011
7:12 pm
#8 Jenny :

Thanks for these insightful tips and predictions!!! After creating and building my business last year, this year my goal is to really extend my reach and CONNECT with people online and gain their trust. I’ve found that the more practice I have with social media, the more effect my efforts become.

Thank you again! I’m glad I stopped by…and I’ll definitely be back!
Jenny

Author Jan 22, 2011
12:09 am

Jenny, lots of luck with your goals. Your intention is, of course, the first step to success.

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