Which Social Media Tools will Survive? New 60 Second Marketer Poll has Answer

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Recently, more than 100 marketing professionals were asked which social media tool they thought would be the first to become irrelevant. The poll was conducted by the 60 Second Marketer (http://www.60secondmarketer.com), an online magazine visited by thousands of marketers each month from around the globe.

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Recently, more than 100 marketing professionals were asked which social media tool they thought would be the first to become irrelevant.

The poll was conducted by the 60 Second Marketer (http://www.60secondmarketer.com), an online magazine visited by thousands of marketers each month from around the globe.

Respondents to the poll were given five choices for the “first social media tool to become irrelevant.” The choices were MySpace, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The prediction? MySpace would be the first to go, according to 51 percent of respondents. Twitter was next in line for a forecasted decreased popularity, receiving 35 percent of the votes.

“Social media has risen so quickly that it’s hard to tell where it’s headed,” says Jamie Turner, Chief Content Officer of The 60 Second Marketer. “So we thought we’d ask those who are using it most to tell us their opinion. It looks as though MySpace may have its work cut out for them, but I also think that that platform will evolve to meet the challenges.”

Details of the poll and what it means for marketers can be seen here: http://tinyurl.com/mqtexz.

About the 60 Second Marketer:
The 60 Second Marketer is an online video magazine for busy marketing executives who want to stay current on the latest marketing tools, tips, trends and techniques.

The site has a video library of 60-second tutorials on the latest trends in marketing. Video titles include “What are the most common search engine mistakes?”, “Banner ad best practices” and “What are the 10 forbidden words in an e-mail subject line?”

Visitors from around the globe contribute to the site. They help provide feedback on the video tutorials and also provide written scripts and articles detailing the latest trends in marketing. Contributors include CEOs, CMOs, authors, Ph.D.s and marketing authorities who want to share their expertise with other members of the marketing community.

For more information, contact:        
Mr. Jamie Turner, Chief Content Officer, 60 Second Marketer, 678-313-3472

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