How Twitter, a piece of cheesecake, and paying attention created a brand fanatic for only $5.99.
I was doing some research this week reading various blogs and news articles and decide to write down some of the statistics that caught my eye. A set of these statistics focussed on Twitter and how people are using the service to take action.
95% of new media users believe companies or brands should have a social media presence. 89% believe that companies should interact with their consumers in this space. If you have to ask whether or not you or your company should be engaged in social media, go back and read these two statistics.
And now a special announcement: Social Media does not produce miracles and will not work for you if you don’t know what it is that you do (very well I hope) and what messages you want to send to deliver your compelling offer or interesting (people actually want to consume it) content.
Social Media is everywhere. They talk about it on the news and radio, there are articles in newspapers and magazines, and searching “Social Media” on Google returns 194 million results.
If you want to learn more about it there are hundreds of thousands of blogs, podcasts, and videos available to review. There is no excuse why you cannot figure out how to put social media to work for you. Well maybe one excuse.
The Social Media Sonar blog wins international Blogoff II competition featuring writers from 6 countries. See what social media lessons were learned and includes a 50% discount on LinkedIn books by Sean Nelson as a thanks to everyone for reading and posting comments suring the competition.