Last week, we re-launched Social Media at Work with a redesign focused exclusively on providing social media case studies and social media statistics (and some occasional commentary).
To us, case studies and examples of how organizations are using social media are the most useful and interesting social media stories we see. (That’s why we built a whole conference around social media case studies.) And who doesn’t need statistics to get the scoop and build a pitch?
We’ve been trying to find a way to organize our collection of statistics and case studies for a while. We started out with a collection of links on a page, then moved to Twitter feeds, and hope we have now hit on a format that is useful and makes it easy for social media marketers and media professionals to find the most relevant information.
We are putting each social media case study and research story into a post, with enough information to help you decide if it’s worth clicking through to the full story. And we are tagging the posts with industry, business function, platform, and subject matter, so readers can use the tags to browse the stories. Or, just use the search bar. And follow our Twitter feeds for the latest updates.
We’d love feedback, suggestions and comments, so please let us know what you think about the new site!