Facebook remains the most common social media platform despite millennials saying it is for their parents and grandparents. Facebook has worked smartly to overcome this relevancy dilemma by acquiring WhatsApp and Instagram. (Interested to see what’s next.) Communicators and marketers alike are busy trying to monitor and sell on Facebook, while the media giant increasingly makes it difficult for sentiment monitoring under the guise of user privacy. According to Pew Research, only YouTube tops Facebook as the most commonly used social media platform up to this year for Americans.
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Social Media has been in existence for well over 10 years now and yet we at PRMR Inc. will still hear many executives almost proudly declare that they are not on social media. A statistic from the CEO website reveals that over 60% of Fortune 500 CEO’s have zero social media presence.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again - internal communications is fundamental to building and maintaining a strong organisation. It is especially critical for larger companies to ensure core messages and business goals are received by a vast number of employees. Smaller and medium-sized businesses also require sufficient internal communications to keep staff informed of daily operations and build team morale.
In this four part series of blog posts we take a look at four of the best platforms for making your video content social. In our second post on this topic I took a look at Twitter as an option for showcasing compelling messages via videos to customers and clients. For this week’s article I explore using video on YouTube to drive website visits.
In this four-part blog series we take a look at four of the best platforms for making your video content social. In our first post on this topic I explored Facebook as an option for showcasing compelling videos to customers and clients. For this week’s article I will take a look at Twitter and how utilising video on this social media channel can be beneficial in driving traffic to your website.
In this 4 part series of blog posts we take a look at four of the best platforms for making your video content social and how to boost your marketing performance online. In our first post on this topic I take a look at Facebook as an option for where your brand can showcase its compelling videos to customers and clients. Facebook has over 8 billion daily views on the platform making it the second most popular platform around currently for video after YouTube.
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Twitter I have found in my experience is one of the best platforms for building a relationship with potential customers. This social media channel has proved a great help in driving traffic to our website www.prmrinc.net. We have found it to be one of the best platforms for building a relationship with potential customers. In this post we explore four tips on how to get more Twitter followers and how to ensure that the persons following are your buyer persona.
The Pew Research Institute reckons that two thirds of American Adults are social media users. At first the social media platforms were used to form communities. Companies however quickly started to infiltrate these communities with advertising and triggered a change in the nature of social interaction.