Fred von Graf Makes Social Media Predictions for 2010

January 8th, 2010 • By:  • Expert Interviews

 

Helping individuals as well as companies utilize technology and social media in the right way is what Fred von Graf does best. He’s a managing partner over at Web3Mavens, LLC and founded the upcoming January 25th Tempe event, Social Media AZ. His expertise comes from 15 years of enterprise technology experience melded with his passion for social media. He provides his clients with attainable strategies to engage their communities and build stronger relationships. 
 
Fred sits on the board of the Business Marketing Association, and is very active with the Arizona Interactive Marketing Association, Western Pyrotechnics Association (he’s on the Burningman Pyro Team!), and with Project Management Professionals. His opinion in social media is highly regarded and we’re happy to share his predictions for social media in 2010 with our readers.
 
In the video below Arnie asks Fred: 
 
1.) What are your predictions for the social media industry in general for the year ahead? 
 
2.) How about specifically social measurement and ROI, where do you see that headed? 
 
3.) What one critical issue should those in the social media space be concerned about or focused on in 2010?
 



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Fred predicts Droid will have a large impact on social media due to the accessibility of social media on it’s mobile devices. Do you agree?

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