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Exciting News About CMR!

Happy Wednesday everyone! The CMR is pleased to report some exciting news that has come our way concerning our recent Fortune 500 (F500) study and blog!

Since the release of our F500 study this past October, there has been much buzz on different internet websites discussing our findings. Some highlighted sites are: Forbes.com; MSNBC.com; Entrepreneur.com; MarketingProfs.com; and SocialMediaToday.com.

As for our blog, back in March of this year we were ranked #29 on Master’s in Advertising’s Advertising Blog as one of the top 50 up and coming branding blogs in 2010! Then, just this past Friday (12/2), The Future of Education’s Edublog Awards 2011 (website below) nominated the CMR with the “Most Influential Post 2011” for our blog post on the release of our 2011 study for Higher Ed’s use of social media!

We here at the CMR want to extend our deepest thank you for our readers and viewers because this would mean nothing without you! To know that our work is being recognized is such an accomplishment for us. This only fuels us more to keep sharing our findings with you and making sure we provide you with the most up-to-date research.

A select list of the websites talking about our work is below. Thank you all again and until next week!

F500 Study:

http://www.MarketingProfs.com

“Fortune 500 Adoption of Social Media Slowing”

http://www.Forbes.com

“Are Corporations Giving Up on Social Media?”

http://Bottomline.MSNBC.MSN.com

“The honeymoon’s over for social media and top companies”

http://www.Entrepreneur.com

“Why Big Corporations Are Putting the Brakes on Social Media”

http://SocialMediaToday.com

“Are Fortune 500 Companies Too Busy For Social Media?”

Blog:

http://www.mastersinadvertising.org/top-50-up-and-coming-branding-blogs.html#29

http://www.futureofeducation.com/profiles/blogs/edublog-awards-2011?xg_source=activity

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