Links worth a click #12 – my digital week

In the week where Google announced an update to its Chrome browser [link], X-Factor voting in the US hit Twitter [link] and BlackBerry owner RIM braced itself for millions of lawsuits, here are some of the other more business focused digital marketing articles that caught me eye.

First up, and the one that needs your time this Friday lunchtime, is Econsultancy’s excellent¬†25 B2B social media case studies. B2B cases are notoriously difficult to come by, so credit to anyone who pulls them together. (You may also want to check out my previous post on Facebook cases).

New from Linkedin, are you making the most of your former classmates and colleagues? A new feature ‘Classmates’ might just help unlock a few doors.

Social media isn’t just for big business. Small businesses can embrace the power of the Internet and the connectivity of social media to punch above their weight.

Finally, one on Facebook with a great little summary of how to get your fan base crowdsourcing and working for you.

Q: What do you make of these developments and what have you been reading this week? 

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Top Tweets of the Week (24 Sept 2010)

Week two of my Top Tweets of the Week. Hope they inspire your thinking as they have me. Enjoy.

Monday: 6 great ways to enliven your presentation Sourced from @PaulSloane

Monday: 10 B2B Social Media Case Studies and Examples Sourced from @smb2b

Tuesday: Brian Solis The implications of socialisation of business Sourced from www.briansolis.com

Tuesday:  Seths blog The Forever Recession Sourced from @ThisIsSethsBlog

Wednesday: Slideshare presentation : Social Media for Branding

Thursday: Interesting YouTube video: B2b marketing is changing

Friday: 7 Steps to Increasing The Impact Of Your Business or Corporate Blog Sourced from @DaveChaffey, @smartinsights