Social media marketing is a useful promotional tool. In fact, many businesses gain notoriety using sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest. But when Facebook and Instagram went down for a day in March 2019, the unpredictability of relying on such audience-reach platforms quickly became evident.
Social media and social networking are no longer in their infancy. Since the emergence of the first social media networks some two decades ago, social media has continued to evolve and offer consumers around the world new and meaningful ways to engage with the people, events, and brands that matter to them. Now years later, social media is still growing rapidly and has become an integral part of our daily lives. Today, social networking is truly a global phenomenon.
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It Pays to be Social Media Savvy when Pitching the Media Tyler Sminkey PR professionals have more tools at their fingertips (literally) with Facebook, Twitter and the recently launched Google+ providing different ways to fan, follow and circle your clients, colleagues and members of the news media. Successfully navigating these outlets requires time and education, […]
The event, titled, “Open for Business Online Analytics, Behavioral Targeting, Data Mining – The Great Equalizers of the Digital Market Place” was considered a definitive success.
More than 40% of all social networkers said they use social media to learn more about brands or products, and 28% said a “friend” has recommended a brand or product to them through social sites.
Thanks to the “collective conscious”, it’s no secret that people are making better decisions about their purchases. In a brief survey, 51% were influenced by product reviews and ratings provided by consumers.
This decade’s census cost taxpayers a whopping 325% more than the 2000 census, $14.5 billion. To justify this expense, the census organizer’s marshaled their best PR abilities to over-communicate their achievements along the way.
While most online marketers struggle to keep pace with social media’s rapid evolution, the Wharton Club panel discussion, featuring Jacques Hart’s Roar Media revealed three key constructs that serve as a universal framework for effective social marketing programs.
By Reid Carr June 17, 2009 Social media is an excellent vehicle for connecting with consumers. But what about other businesses? This question has surfaced many times in the last few months, and I’d like to respond to it here because I think a lot of people can benefit from the answer. Business-to-business companies, like […]
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