As December is the month of that shopping reach to its full swing. Are your business’ social media accounts optimized for online shopping already?
Have you wondered if it’s possible to sell your business’s products and services via social media?
Today, social media spending makes up a small fraction of most business’ marketing budgets.
A recent Duke University survey found that, on average, social media spending accounted for just 9% of the overall budget. But that number is projected to expand to nearly 22% in the next five years.
If you are doing business online, you may know that effective social marketing represents real value.
E-commerce marketers recognize the power of social media to connect with an audience.
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram are nearly ubiquitous in our lives. They’re like the 21st-Century Main Street; we use them to communicate, find information, and increasingly to shop for products.
Since social networks offer new ways to reach first-time customers, engage and reward existing customers, and showcase the best of a business brand has to offer. Social media companies are rolling out new native shopping features as they try to grab a share of the dollars we’re all spending online.