Getting Started in Social Media

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A breakdown of the basics in Social Media - Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest

A breakdown of the basics in Social Media - Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest

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  • Your customers are using social media – social media usage is pervasive and only continues to grow.
  • Increasing communication between customers: The ability to share information between people is faster and easier than ever before. Social media, email and texting have all made a major change the way we communicate with each other. Consumers are now using these channels to find out what products and brands their friends and family are purchasing and what they think about these items. 24% of American adults say they've posted comments about a purchase they've made & 62% of people read online reviews before making a purchase. In addition posting something on your Facebook wall or tweet a message about a product you want to purchase will immediately provide the consumer with hundreds of opinions and recommendations.

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  • 1. PUSH EMAIL FACEBOOK TWITTER SMS PUSH• Familiarity • Connection • Influence • Engagement • Immediacy• Manageability • Self-Expression • Brevity • Retention • Action• Trust & Privacy • Entertainment • Accessibility • Portability • Interaction• Relevancy • Discovery • Interaction • Intimacy • Re-activation• Exclusivity • Control • Versatility • Intimacy • Disruption
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