Lookalike Audiences, Klout for Business, Coke’s Social Media: the Social 6 for 3/20/13

March 20, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Well, it’s been a busy day with me at a photo shoot for up-and-coming brand Jude Connally all day, but I still found the time to share some pretty, shiny links with you guys — and you certainly weren’t shy with your clicks & shares today. Today’s top story had to be Klout’s renewed push for business, but Facebook’s lookalike audiences is a must-read as well. Here’s your Social 6:

#6: The D: All Things Digital conference lineup looks even more impressive than ever (All Things D)

#5: Dear Executive, Without Advanced Analytical Skills, You’re Not Employable (Huffington Post)

#4: Wharton marketing prof Jonah Berger shares the science of going viral [VIDEO] (Business Insider)

#3: Coca-Cola: the ‘s’ in social media doesn’t stand for ‘sales’ (Econsultancy blog)

#2: Facebook announces lookalike audiences, lets advertisers target potential customers similar to current ones (The Next Web)

#1: Klout launches business portal, gunning for brands (Fortune)

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