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CEOs on Social Media Statistics [Infographic]

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This infographic looks at how many CEOs participate on social media networks, what are the most popular social media networks for CEOs, how actively they participate and more.


Only 47.4 percent of CEOs participate on social media sites. 79 percent of Inc 500 CEOs and 30 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs have a presence on at least one social media network. 81 percent of employees believe that CEOs who engage on social media are better equipped to lead companies in the Web 2.0 World...

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CEOs on Social Media Statistics [Infographic]

"This infographic looks at how many CEOs participate on social media networks, what are the most popular social media networks for CEOs, how actively they participate and more.


Only 47.4 percent of CEOs participate on social media sites. 79 percent of Inc 500 CEOs and 30 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs have a presence on at least one social media network. 81 percent of employees believe that CEOs who engage on social media are better equipped to lead companies in the Web 2.0 World"...



















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Social Media and Higher Education [Infographic]

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College and universities are embracing social media as a means to connect with the current student body, alumni, prospective students, and donors. According to BestCollegesOnline.com, one in three schools indicate that they achieve better results with social media than through traditional media.
According to recent data conducted by the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth:


98% of colleges and universities report having a Facebook page
84% have a school Twitter account
66% have a blog
41% have a podcast


Check out the infographic to learn more about how those in higher education are using social media...

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The Underlying Importance of Social Media [infographic]

The Underlying Importance of Social Media [infographic] | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

As a business owner or marketer it's very important to not only use social media to connect with customers, but also to understand the value in what social media brings.


Social media is revolutionizing the way companies market, brand and connect with customers and potential customers in ways we never thought possible. In this blog post, view an informative infographic that details the underlying important of connecting with customers on social media and what it can mean for your business.


In this infographic, learn more about the tools and resources available to leverage social marketing, how online networks (facebook, google+, twitter) affect consumer behavior, and what the resulting significant changes mean for businesses, social marketing, branding and analytics...

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Chris Lee's curator insight, September 29, 3:39 PM

Infographic that explains the state of social network marketing and statistics which back up the notion of this platform being of major importance to any brand wishing to engage with their consumers.

Samara Paxton's curator insight, September 30, 8:24 PM

Interesting the part about 'How are shoppers using their Smartphones?'- I have done every single one of those things. Also things like customer reviews on social websites- I definately will post on Facebook Business pages if I really like, or dislike a product. It really is important to be able to connect with your customer, especially for things such as products that are below a persons expectations. Social Media makes it so much easier to get it sorted out faster and in the public eye, which shows the brand in a poitive light.