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While many platforms have come and gone, the growth of social media indicates that more people are catching on and using social networks to connect.
First there was AOL and chat rooms and Live Journal and a whole host of other social networks. Whilemany have come and gone, some more notable than others, it’s clear social networking is no passing trend.
For those of us who were on MySpace before it was decimated by Facebook, you know what is was like to be mocked by people who simply didn’t get it. However, a Search Engine Journal infographic aboutthe growth of social media indicates that more people are opting to use social networks to connect and communicate.
Since 2004, the growth of social media has been near exponential. Back in those days, Facebook — arguably the most mature of the top social networks — only had about 1 million users. By 2011 the network had grown so large, its population was being compared to that of a country. Today, Facebook has more than 1 billion registered users and Mark Zuckerberg has made connecting 5 billion more of a personal mission.
The ultimate aim of any online retailer is to increase brand loyalty, maximise revenue and boost conversions. To do this, more often than not, the first port of call is to outsource to an online marketing agency. However, this strategy can be putting the cart before the horse.
It's been widely discussed that Amazon plans to enter the brick-and-mortar retail game. This is ironic because it is Amazon that put many brick-and-mortar retailers out of business in the first place. Circuit City, Borders and Blockbuster all succumbed to the dynamics of e-commerce and companies like Barnes & Noble, [...]
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