While consumers have wholeheartedly embraced social media, marketers are following their prospects and customers to these platforms reluctantly because they remain challenged to show ROI for their efforts.
Company blogs can be a highly efficient way for brands to communicate with consumers, from educating to dealing with crises to adding value (Why corporate blogging is on the rebound http://t.co/vmGfczqvTS)...
Those good people at the Pew Research Centre recently updated their annual look at who is using social media, discovering that 16 percent of U.S. internet users are now active on Twitter. But what about some of the other major social platforms? Aside from Twitter, who exactly is using Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr? This infographic (courtesy of Adweek) takes Pew’s data and represents it all in a pleasing visual form; view key takeaways at the article link.
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