Why Half of All Social Media Initiatives Fail

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Click through for 10 reasons why many social media initiatives fail, from Adam Kmiec, SVP of Interactive Marketing Innovation at MARC USA.

Topics : Cox Communications, Business Development, Contact Center Solutions, CRM Solutions, Database Acceleration

According to MARC USA, marketers have done a poor job of making social media work because they have been too busy drinking the social media Kool-Aid. “The hype factory forced them to chase every new, bright, shiny object; from FourSquare to Gowalla, Groupon to Scavngr, Facebook to Genie,” says Adam Kmiec, SVP, Interactive Marketing Innovation, MARC USA.

For every success story there are thousands of failed social initiatives. While there is no way to guarantee a hit, Kmiec says there are ways to assure failure. With that in mind, here are his ten reasons why half of all social media initiatives fail:

 

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