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Social is the way to go. The power of social networks is that your clients are already there. A frequently updated Twitter account or Facebook page is a way to engage with them where they already hang out. Promoting your business on social networks has numerous advantages – virality, cost-effectiveness and massive visibility, to name just a few. This Infographic visualizes the reasons why social media should be a critical component in every business’ strategy.
Monthly active users on social media. Google+ has surpassed Twitter and LinkedIn and other networks to become the third largest social network in the world.
We love the Olympics, but an international social media showdown is a little more our speed. Ignite Social Media is back with the 2012 Social Network Analysis Report, breaking d...
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.
[Does Social Commerce Work, Fact or Fiction?] Social media marketing solution provider ArgyleSocial recently interviewed 566 online retailers and came to the following conclusions : Consumers don’t yet trust social media – 55% of consumers are “uncomfortable” providing credit card information on social sites; Retailers need strategies for social media; Retailers haven’t learned to act like “people”