Marketing News Roundup - April 15, 2011

What's new in marketing this week?

Canberra, Australia newsagent.
Photo: Tim Malone, www.timmalone.id.au.
Daily deal site LivingSocial has started an Instant Deals product, delivered right to your iPhone or Android. There's $1 lunch on April 15th here in DC.


US search marketing spending expected to grow 15% in 2011 (DM News).

Twitter has reached 155 million daily tweets (The Realtime Report). Here's a shameless plug for my twitter feed.

Twitter has also launched an indigenous tweets site, which collects tweets from more than 70 uncommon languages like Haitian Creole, Basque, and Gaelic (FastCompany).

Campaign results are in - 32% of online adults got most of their campaign news from online sources (Pew Internet).



Hint of the Week:

Thanks to the generous folks from HubSpot, some great insight  - 41% of small businesses surveyed  now have a Facebook page, plus, some great hints on how to drive engagement on Facebook.

What are you working on? Please share.

Have a great weekend, and thanks for reading!

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