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The Engagement Effect (For Digital Marketers) | Social Media Today

The Engagement Effect (For Digital Marketers) | Social Media Today | Marketing&Advertising | Scoop.it
Ben Franklin once wrote, “Tell me and I’ll forget.   Show me and I might remember.   Involve me and I will understand.”  ...
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Instagram: Why Images Are Crucial to Content Marketing

One thing Facebook's acquisition of Instagram underscores is just how integral the use of images is to your content marketing strategy.

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7 Reasons To Embrace Online Culture #Infographic

7 Reasons To Embrace Online Culture #Infographic | Marketing&Advertising | Scoop.it

2 billion people are online. 85% of customers expect businesses to be active in social media. Word of mouse = word of mouth.

 

Here are 7 reasons - http://bit.ly/JrexbQ - and some thought provoking questions to get you loving Facebook, Twitter, emarketing, blogs and more...

 

#1. 80% businesses are NOT passionate

Show you’re human. Business is built on relationships. Your web presence must show you are passionate

#2. 55% more web visitors & 67% more leads for businesses that blog

#3. 68% Email subscribers & Twitter followers are likely to buy

#4. 20-30% Emarketing response rate

#5. 30% customer questions & compliments get no reply

#6. 77% customers read brand posts but don’t comment

#7. 71% complaints on Twitter are NOT responded to

 

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30+ Search Engine Optimization Techniques You Cannot Miss

30+ Search Engine Optimization Techniques You Cannot Miss | Marketing&Advertising | Scoop.it
You completed a web site for your business about three months ago, but you are still not seeing very many people visiting your web site.
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