Social media marketing is one way companies reach out and connect with their customers in an attempt to build brand loyalty and advertise new products. Take a look at these six companies that know how to use social media to its fullest and see how you can do the same in your social media campaigns.
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Facebook mobile has witnessed a huge growth in today’s market and the majority of the retailers are leveraging Facebook mobile all across the world.
In general, experts would agree social media marketing strategies often suffer from a kind of default ‘dumbing down.’ It’s not that businesses shouldn’t get this kind of visibility and exposure on the Internet
Infographics are a good way to promote your site and build awareness, should you use them?
Google + may not be the first platform you think of when creating a social media strategy. But if you’re overlooking this form of content distribution, you’re likely damaging your search rankings and, consequently, your potential profits.
You can enrich your customer dataset with social factor. I am not talking about the common social media features here. Bridge the gap between an eCommerce login and social login with Addshopper’s new release of ‘social shopper's login’.
Those of us who grew up prior to the digital age will struggle to recall memories of being young or old relationships, but according to Professor Hoskins of the University of Glasgow, social media could actually reinforce our memories and preserve them forever as iMemory.
Are you struggling to grow your brand and followers on your LinkedIn Company Page? Here are five brilliant examples of companies using a LinkedIn company page for their businesses.
Every few days it seems, a new buzzword is born into the world of content marketing. Like most good buzzwords, the term "trendjacking" comes with just enough variety of meaning to spark some old-fashioned controversy.
The Ahain Group has carried out an extensive analysis of on-line activity within the Food and Drink sector. We considered the impacts of Social Business on primary food producers, food companies and local artisan food producers, with a focus on the US, UK and Ireland.