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Test Your Social Media Marketing IQ

How savvy are you about the marketing implications of social media? Take this test to find out. For each of the following 40 ideas,
  • [HEARD OF: 1 pt] Give yourself 1 point if you've heard of the site or the person or the idea and can explain why it is significant in the context of the blogosphere (but haven't commented or blogged about it)
  • [COMMENTED: 2 pts] Give yourself 2 points if you've commented about it on someone else's blog (but haven't blogged it yourself)
  • [BLOGGED: 3 pts] Give yourself 3 points if you've blogged about it
To check your answers, I've provided links to Google, Technorati, and Wikipedia. (Machine-generated, so not perfectly tuned, apologies.) Here we go:
  1. Fiona Apple (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  2. Awesome: I Fuckin' Shot That (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  3. Barqsman.com (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  4. BowieChick (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  5. Jason Calcanis (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  6. Channel 9 (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  7. ChicagoCrime.com (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  8. Surge and Vault (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  9. Dell Hell (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  10. DollarShort (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  11. Edelman (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  12. iPod's Dirty Secret (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  13. Fizz Factor: 50 Amazing Experiments With Soda Pop (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  14. FreeFiona (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  15. HackingNetflix (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  16. HboNoMo (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  17. Hips Dont Lie (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  18. iLounge (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  19. Tiny Machine (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  20. Justin Hall (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  21. Keith and the Girl (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  22. LonelyGirl15 (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  23. Mentos (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  24. MINI2 (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  25. Moleskinerie (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  26. Movable Type (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  27. SoaP (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  28. One laptop per child (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  29. PigeonBlog (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  30. ProductWiki (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  31. Quickbooks Community (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  32. Red Cart Romance (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  33. Rocketboom (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  34. SaveSurge (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  35. Slave To Target (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  36. SpreadFirefox (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  37. Threadless (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  38. Tivo community (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  39. Treonauts (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
  40. WatchMacTV (Google, Technorati, Wikipedia)
My score was 19 of a possible 120. How'd you do? These 40 pulled from discussions in McConnell & Huba's book, Citizen Marketers -- recommended.
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