Social media continues to be a key issue for businesses, and findings in this infographic show that 71.2 percent use social platforms for customer service, as well as conveying some fascinating insights into how businesses utilize these networks.
Among the findings, 87.5% have seen a positive impact from using social media. Only 11.5% of businesses saw no noticeable difference while 0.5% actually saw a negative difference. Compared to 2011, 13.7% more businesses have been utilizing social networks for upwards of two years.
Social media can be a far cheaper investment for customer service, as well - 77.6% of businesses have allocated less than $50,000 to their social media efforts in the past year. 11% have allocated $50,000 to $100,000, 5% have allocated $100,000 to $250,000, and 7% have spent over $250,000.
Take a look at the infographic and related article for more statistics on how companies are utilizing social media for positive benefit...
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Nowadays, the digital version of print magazines and newspapers are becoming increasingly popular among publishers as they can save printing and postage costs as well as they are able to reach a whole new audience in the online world.
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KM Cyberary - a gateway to Knowledge Resources started in 2002. The main objective of the KM Cyberary project was to provide a unique platform for all types of users to reach their information. This is an accumulation of e-resources, which give links to various useful e-resources viz. Knowledge Management, Librarianship, Philosophy, Health, Technology, ITES/BPO/KPO/RPO, ITIL, Call Centres, Business Information and other subjects.
I hope this gateway may be of some help for users who are in search of information
Article on this Project is published as a Chapter in an Encyclopedia:
[Bhojaraju G (2006a)]. KM Cyberary - a gateway to Knowledge Resources. Encyclopedia of Portal Technology and Applications,Tatnall, A (Ed). (pp. ). USA: Idea Group Reference.
Carbon-based fibers look to be the future of construction and high-tech manufacturing: the Composite Holding Company bids to bring production of the super-strong, ultra-lightweight carbon material to Russia. A research institute in Dimitrovgrad retools to stave off a coming shortage in the world's most important diagnostic radioactive isotope. A new waste-to-energy plant is up and running, hopefully making toxic landfills a thing of the past. And the country's brightest tech entrepreneurs show off their latest wares at the Fourth Russian Innovation Convention.
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