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Interesting! "Then what happens when consumers are disappointed with a brand’s social media presence? A study by Relevation Research found that a third of those who connect with a brand in social channels later turn around and dump the company. After distancing themselves from the brand on social media, many report they then view the brand more negatively, shop/visit it less often and wind up spending less."
Amidst the Facebook-centric society in which we now seem to live, it’s important to remember that groups of people around the world use social networks differently. This infographic takes a look at the social media breakdown in 10 countries — how they’re engaging with social networks, blogs and Internet culture.
How much should you be paying for social media positions? Here's an info graph to bring things into focus.
More families have three generations on social media. Families use Facebook to stay in touch across generations. Friends well into middle age share photos on Instagram. There’s even an 80-year-old grandmother on a quest for 80,000 Twitter followers. Check out the #infographic for full results. Are you connected to your family online, and how do you navigate that how do you navigate that relationship? #aging #some #hcsm #socpharma #seniors #boomers #eldercare #mhealth #digitalhealth #ehealth
Over the last year or so, the visual has really taken off online (with increasing access via mobile phones, apps that allow filtering and sharing, and increasing data bundles meaning less worry about uploads/downloads). An interesting related infographic