Stalk and Flow In Social

by , May 15, 2012, 3:08 PM
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Noah Brier of social media marketing firm Percolate distinguishes between two types of social content: “stalk” and “flow.” The former is more ambitious material—a high-quality video or longer-form written piece—a brand might post on a weekly or quarterly basis. Flow refers to content produced on a more continous basis—links, polls-to keep people engaged between the stalk postings. He added that most brands lean toward only post higher level content quarterly.

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