We may believe we’re each living in our own social media bubble full of like-minded folks, but survey data suggests that some of us are being persuaded to change our minds thanks to social posts.
Not only do consumers want businesses to be open and honest in their social posts, consumers actually hold businesses to a higher standard than they hold for themselves.
Almost 6 in 10 US shoppers believe that the search box is ‘extremely important’ when they’re shopping on a retailer’s website, mobile site or mobile app, and another 27% consider it ‘important.’
More than 8 in 10 business buyers want the same experience as when they’re buying for themselves, reveals Salesforce Research in its second annual State of the Connected Consumer report. The study indicates that the customer experience is hugely important to business buyers, 8 in 10 of whom say the experience a company provides is as important as its products and services.
According to a Digitas survey, conducted by The Harris Poll, US smart speaker buyers are most receptive to buying personal care/wellness products (39%) and beauty supplies (38%) via voice commerce.
According to a June 2018 survey from Edelman Intelligence, commissioned by snack brand GoGo SqueeZ, the majority of US parent internet users (76%) believe their children are spending too much time with digital devices.
Digital transformation has had a significant effect on nearly all companies over the past couple of years. For some marketers, it has forced them to rethink how systems, tools and team members must work together to successfully meet larger business objectives.
Long-form video is spreading across social media. With the launch of IGTV, Instagram joined Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter in a space getting more crowded by the day.
Measuring ROI is a far greater challenge for social media marketers than determining what content to post, according to a study from Sprout Social. But are marketers in alignment with consumers’ preferences when it comes to post types?
A slight majority (52%) of people around the world say they’re more concerned about their online privacy than they were a year ago, according to a report from Ipsos, the Internet Society and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).