Roughly two-thirds of consumers who visit or read blogs say that their purchasing decisions are influenced by brand mentions or promotions within the blog’s content, according to survey results released in June 2012 by Burst Media.
Business executives in the US and several countries in Europe (Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK) reported that a majority of their companies were active on social media websites
The survey found that of those using social media with business in mind, the highest percentage of respondents (21%) used the networks to find expert commentary and insights.
A Q1 2012 survey of US financial professionals found that almost nine in 10 had an account on at least one social media service.
Following Brands On Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]Rate this post Based on a survey by Burst Media, this infographic (via Mashable) illustrates how we follow brands on social media.
This infographic from BlueGlass is a great guide for building an audience using content marketing.
DOMO created this infographic to illustrate how much data is created every minute.
Amia research created this infographic of six different social media personas.
Top 6 Traffic Drivers For American & European Bloggers [CHART]Rate this post via marketingcharts.com American and European bloggers are relatively in agreement when it comes to the most effective ways to drive traffic to their blogs, both citing frequent updates and promotion on social networks as their top 2, per an Overblog study released in […]
Social Media That Most Effects American Moms’ Purchase Decisions [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com A March survey of US mom internet users by Totsy verified BabyCenter’s conclusions. While product reviews had the greatest effect on purchase decisions for about half of moms polled, nearly 21% of moms said that friends’ opinions online contributed most to […]