With cell phones as ubiquitous as they are (a recent report from the Pew Research Center purports that around 85% of American adults have one), it seems safe to say that the age of the pay phone is winding down.
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As social media evolves, marketers realize that a social presence is no longer an option, but a necessity. Many have noticed a disconnect, however, between consumer reach provided by social media and actual, quantifiable customer acquisition and return on investment.
Recent research by The Incyte Group provides unprecedented insight into four major consumer segments that are researching your brand online and more importantly the best ways you can reach them.
The implications of the findings are not a one size fits all solution for social engagement.
Rather, the research provides insight into four consumer segments that can have a major impact on your social strategy if you understand what motivates them.
The e-book “The Who's Who Of Consumer Segments, an Analysis of 4 Consumer Segments and the Way They Use Online Communities to Make Buying Decisions” examines the characteristics of unique market segments that are likely to join customer communities, and discuss how you can best leverage your social media strategy to connect with each in a meaningful, valuable way. http://bit.ly/QHyxy3
Check out the Infographic to get a sense of who these consumers are, how they research products and services, and what motivates them.
I can tell you from personal experience that social media marketing is one of the best ways to bring floods of customers to your business. One specific platform that I recommend using is the "Facebook Page".
To all Adland members...when you read this post that was suggested by Dave Cotrell, how could you adapt some or any of these suggestions onto the Adland Community?
Reinventing the wheel is a time waster and sometimes we need information about other social networking sites and adapt that information to help build the community of Adland to be a more dynamic and vibrant social community.
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More and more people, especially world-wide, are beginning to use Chrome for browsing the web, so of course, we have responded with a new tutorial.
Chrome tutorial on the popular web browser from Google. Due to its simple design, fast speed and strong security features, the use of Google Chrome has increased greatly in the past year and now is in hot competition with Internet Explorer for web browser dominance. As a matter of fact, in the global market share, Chrome actually beat Internet Explorer on March 18 for the very first time (according to StatCounter). Whether it becomes the dominant browser in the United States remains to be seen, but we thought it was at least time to create a tutorial for those of you who are interested in switching to Chrome.
If you are new to Chrome, our tutorial will show you how to:
Download and install Chrome to your computer Navigate the Chrome interface and become familiar with it’s features
Explore customization options and themes Download applications from the Chrome Web Store Add, organize and import bookmarks for your favorite webpages Understand and manage the security and privacy features
A sharp rise in children admitted to hospital with throat infections since 1999 could be due to a lack of access to out-of-hours GP care, says a study.
"Instead, they suggest that the sharp rise in hospital cases of children with throat infections is probably explained by the large number of children being taken to A&E instead of to see their GP, especially if the infection flares up outside surgery hours.
Dr Elizabeth Koshy, lead study author from the school of public health at Imperial College London, said the rise in hospital admissions for this type of infection was concerning."
Advertisers are girding for battle against browser mechanisms intended to offer more online privacy. At stake is nothing less than the future of the surveillance economy.
"First came a stern letter from nine members of the House of Representatives to the Federal Trade Commission, questioning its involvement with an international group called the World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C, which is trying to work out global standards for the don’t-track-me features. The legislators said they were concerned that these options for consumers might restrict “the flow of data at the heart of the Internet’s success.”
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Deezer now stands a much greater chance of challenging powerful Spotify in the race to sign unlimited-music subscription customers, after reportedly taking a €100 million funding. But can any of their ilk be a success?
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