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After teaming up with Kenshoo Social, a social marketing platform, to create an integrated Facebook marketing campaign, online retailer, Zappos, generated approximately 85,000 visits to its website in just two months.
In the coming months, Facebook plans to make Graph Search more widely available. So what are the implications for retailers? It means that retail customers will soon have a powerful tool to discover the products and stores online or near them that are liked by their friends and friends-of-friends. Here are three specific things retailers can do right now, which are in accordance with best search marketing and social media practices.
Ten thousand Facebook fans are not translating into 10,000 eager customers. And 50,000 Twitter followers don’t necessarily mean a ready supply of buyers. The hard truth is that most retailers haven’t a clue about the bottom-line impact of social marketing. Meanwhile, efforts to acquire fans and followers aren’t getting any cheaper.
Based on an analysis of more than two million Facebook ad clicks and conversions, Kenshoo Social data show mobile now represents 20.3 percent of overall Facebook ad spend.
We know the potential of social media to drive brand awareness, but are B2B merchants using social media to drive demand generation as well? This infographic from Eloqua digs deep into how B2B merchants use social media to promote, engage and sell.
With the advent of social media and advancement of mobile technologies, the way customers connect with brands has fundamentally changed over the past couple years. The folks at Avaya have pieced together a visual study they conducted that breaks down a wide range of channels consumers currently use to interact with businesses.