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The recent darling of the Social Media world seems to be losing its shine. The majority of its female users, which have increased to a whopping 83%, make less than $50,000 and have interests such as crafts, are dropping off.
Reported by Neowin.net:
A recent article makes an important point that shouldn’t be missed amongst the Social Media fanfare. It points out that “Millennials (ages 16-34) are more likely to explore brands in social media than non-Millennials (35-74)” Duh. What’s so revealing though are the surprising numbers. Only 17 percent of Non-Millennials are more likely to buy a brand if it has a Facebook page, according to the research. But, the number is only 33% with Millennials. Combine those numbers and you get a surprising stat: 75% of consumers (16-74) are no more likely to buy a brand if it has a Facebook page. With all the Facebook/SM hype I’d never have guessed that.
(Reposted from: emarketer.com)
BRANDfog survey results indicate that consumers believe C-suite engagement in social media can benefit how they view a brand and its executive leadership. The majority of survey respondents, 78%, said CEO participation in social media leads to better communication, while 71% said it leads to improved brand image and 64% said it provides more transparency.
In terms of importance, 86% of respondents rated CEO social media engagement as somewhat important, very important or mission-critical. CEO activity on social networks also appears to influence employees’ faith in their company. The study findings indicate that 82% of employee respondents trust a company more when the CEO and leadership team communicate via social media.
All men may have been created equal, but not all men are the same — or, all women. When it comes to marketing, there are three types of women, according to a study conducted by Mediative.
With all the buzz about Social Media you’d think the entire nation was using it. Not according to a Jun 16, 2011 Pew Research Report. Based on the report, out of 100 American adults less than half (just 46) use any social network. 42 of those 46 use Facebook, 13 use MySpace, 8 use LinkedIn, and just 5 out of 100 use Twitter.
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