7 in 10 say a brand’s response to an online consumer review changes their perception of a brand, most commonly by making them feel that the brand really cares about customers (41%).
Telecom (0.919%) and publishing (0.79%) brands are leading the charge in click-through rates.
40% of American adults claim to have checked out a product in a brick-and-mortar store before purchasing it elsewhere online.
Major retailers made more daily price changes in the 2012 Thanksgiving season than in 2011.
55% of Pinterest users have engaged with retailers and brands via Pinterest, compared to the 48% of Facebook users that engage retailers or brands on Facebook.
69% of consumers who visit Pinterest have found an item they’ve purchased or wanted to purchase as compared to only 40% of online consumers who visit Facebook.
Average clickthrough rates worldwide on various rich media advertisements were also lower than mobile rates, and depending on the industry of the advertiser.
The most common purchase made as a result of a recommendation on a mom blog was that of a book, at 63%.
InventHelp created this infographic explaining how to determine the ROI of social media marketing because 73% of CEOs think marketers lack business credibility.
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