Brands Are STILL Failing To Engage Fans And Customers – infographic

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Brands Are STILL Failing To Engage Fans And Customers – infographic

Social Marketing 101: Brands Are STILL Failing To Engage Fans And Customers #INFOGRAPHIC

Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, exchange and comment contents among themselves in virtual communities and networks.

Did you know that while 91 percent of online adults use social media regularly, just over one-fifth (22 percent) of businesses have a dedicated social media manager?

Social platforms such as Facebook and Twitter have changed the world, and brands are struggling to keep pace – just one-third (33 percent) of social media marketers spend more than eleven hours per week implementing their digital strategies, and, on average, companies respond to just 30 percent of all feedback they receive from their social media fans.

Brands Are STILL Failing To Engage Fans And Customers

Brands Are STILL Failing To Engage Fans And Customers


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Door | 2016-11-01T18:07:11+00:00 7 januari 2013|Categorieën: google nieuws, google seo, seo, social media|Tags: |

14 Reacties

  1. Randy Sturridge 7 januari 2013 om 11:57

    Great REad

  2. Shane Atkins 7 januari 2013 om 11:58

    Interesting to see more top businesses are using Instagram more than Pinterest.

  3. Ben Heys 7 januari 2013 om 12:01

    interesting stuff..thanks for the share!

  4. Toon Kerssemakers 7 januari 2013 om 12:01

    Updated again. And again ver inspiring and professional. Thanks Berrie Pelser.

  5. Annetta Powell 7 januari 2013 om 13:02

    YouTube is a really great tool for small business as well. But not many are ready to use the tool for the marketing purpose. Most of the time large business invest lots of money and efforts into video marketing through YouTube which may not be affordable for a small business owner.

  6. EA Leaders 7 januari 2013 om 12:06

    I agree with you Berrie.
    I think that brand in the future have a major impact on changing the world. Thank you.

  7. Tom Laing 7 januari 2013 om 12:07

    Fascinating information, thanks Berrie.

  8. Harold Gardner 7 januari 2013 om 13:44

    Thanks Berrie. I think a bit of planning and organization in their social media efforts could make a bottom line difference to most companies. I see customer service, sales, and marketing battling for control of SM in several companies. Defending their turf seems more important that an effective SM presence.

  9. Gerard Dunn 7 januari 2013 om 14:11

    Few businesses know the actual time investment to consistantly manage their social media – to be effective.

  10. Anoniem 7 januari 2013 om 13:29

    This shows that there is a lot of room for growth at the top.

  11. Amanda 7 januari 2013 om 15:44

    I’m a little surprised by some of this, but it is great info to have. Nice to see the room for growth.

  12. Sonal Khodiyar 7 januari 2013 om 17:37

    Great content! Thank you for sharing.

  13. Don Frederiksen 8 januari 2013 om 09:10

    Great infographic, loved it.

  14. Veenaga Bhushan 9 januari 2013 om 12:29

    Catch them young, once a customer is always a customer, should be a better strategy to fallow.It is the end line distributors really funding cash to lift small quantities feed them with good commission, who will promote even non-branded goods for extra commission.

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