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  • Their behavior has changed. Have your marketing tactics changed with them?
  • Socialmediastats121010

    1. 1. Why Social Media Matters   Why Social Media Marketing is Important to Your Bottom Line
    2. 2. 97% % of Consumers are searching online for products and services. 
    3. 3. 78% % of Consumers Trust Peer Recommendations More than Anything Else
    4. 4. 34% of Bloggers post OPINIONS about products & services
    5. 5. That’s only 68,000,000 bloggers Writing about stuff that they buy, want to buy, tried to buy, bought but hated, bought and loved
    6. 6. 500+ Million Active Facebook Users 110+ Million in the U.S. Alone
    7. 7. 5 Billion (yes, that’s Billion with a “B”) Pieces of CONTENT shared on Facebook each WEEK (links, blog posts, photos, videos, stories, news stories, etc.)
    8. 8. Social Media is for Leads and Sales Source: State of Inbound Marketing Report - http://bit.ly/aewfHr
    9. 9. Companies with more indexed pages on Google,Yahoo and Bing generate more sales leads.   Every 50 to 100 incremental indexed pages can mean double-digit lead growth. Growth in new leads accelerates significantly once websites achieve 300+ pages indexed by Google Indexed Pages = More Leads
    10. 10. Leads by Indexed Web Pages Source: State of Inbound Marketing Lead Generation Report - http://bit.ly/cVMpkn
    11. 11. Blogging More Often Drives Results Source: State of Inbound Marketing Report - http://bit.ly/aewfHr
    12. 12. 200,000,000 (yes, that’s millions) Blogs Today
    13. 13.   Source: Inc Magazine - http://bit.ly/amD4kP Source: State of Inbound Marketing Lead Generation Report http://bit.ly/cVMpkn Source: State of Inbound Marketing Report  http://bit.ly/aewfHr Source: Data from over 1,500 small businesses - http://bit.ly/XDkQV   Sources

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