Need help with your 2010 strategy?

[tweetmeme]I’m putting the finishing touches to my plans for next year, as I’m sure many of you are. Over the past month I’ve been reading some fantastic posts on the subject that have helped me to refocus,  develop and formulate my strategic framework (more on that soon, just finishing it up and will share it with you here).

In the meantime, I thought it might be useful to share my top 5 links on planning and strategy development. These have a social media focus, however the frameworks can be applied to pretty much any activity: PR, marketing, online etc.

2010 and social media advisors

How To Create Measurable Objectives

Objectives, goals, strategies and tactics

Social Media Strategy Matrix for 2010 Strategic Planning

7 Inputs to a Social Media Strategy

If you’ve read any other great posts on the subject of strategic planning, feel free to post them here.

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  1. Chris hall says:

    Always working Ms Went! Look forward to working with you more in 2010. Keep up the great work and keep on trucking! You’ve been a social media beacon to many…as we know it’s all about collaboration and engagement! Happy new year

  2. Gemma Went says:

    Thanks very much for the kind words Chris. Look forward to working with you.

  3. Adam Cohen says:

    Gemma – Thanks very much for including my post on inputs to a social media strategy, glad to hear you found it useful! Great to connect with you too, I look forward to more of the conversation.

  4. Gemma Went says:

    You’re more than welcome Adam, Im a big fan of the blog.

  5. Gaylene says:

    Why do they call it “getting your dog fixed” if afterwards it doesn’t work anymore? =)

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