In today’s business climate the connected customers are seen as people who are highly educated and technologically social and mobile. A study was commissioned by Kitewheel and was conducted by the independent research firm Strategic Marketing Research, Inc. in 2014 to study ongoing efforts by companies to reach their connected customers individually.
Social media is becoming one of the greatest marketing tools out there, especially for small businesses. Between Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube, you can reach and advertise to billions of people on any given day with just the click of a button.
The phenomenon of social media continues to creep into our daily lives. Whether you’re looking at a business advertisement, a television show or your favorite website, the social media widget is omniscient.
If you are looking to market your company online by using Twitter, there are some things that you need to know. Start by learning the basics to getting set up and then learn more about how to maintain and engage your flowers. Here are some tips on how to use Twitter for business marketing.
When I joined Facebook and Twitter in 2008 the key attraction was that you could gain attention and market on social media for free. There was little social media advertising available and it was usually not an easy task and not self service.
Many businesses are lagging behind in adopting social media at their companies for a variety of reasons. There is no mistaking the fact that social media marketing has resulted in countless marketing successes, however, despite these figures some businesses want more evidence to prove the benefits of social media before expending the costs.
Google+ has experienced slow but steady growth ever since it was founded. Even though the social network does not have user figures that are on par with Facebook and Twitter, that doesn’t mean that brands can’t get a lot out of Google+ when it comes to their marketing strategy.
Are you trying to ring in customers and drive traffic to your social media locations this spring and summer? While running a brick-and-mortar store, the summer can be full of opportunities and sometimes, a new lead or sale is just a social media post away. But how can business owners like you leverage your company over Facebook and Twitter?
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