Aug 02, 2017

How Consumers Respond to Brands on Social Media: New Research : Social Media Examiner

Want to know why some brands connect with consumers more than others on social media? Wondering if the tone of your social media marketing is affecting sales? In this article, you'll find insights from new research that reveal how consumers feel about the content and conversations businesses are serving up on social media. #1: Brand Behavior Affects Consumer Purchase Decisions It's not only about...

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