Why the future of influencer marketing starts with people and relationships not popularity.
Together, we studied the state of influencer marketing by surveying marketers and then separately polling influencers to get a balanced view. The insights were compelling. When compared, they were also revealing.
The need for social media intelligence (SMI) has increased during recent years as social media adoption rates and the number of social media sites that b-to-b organizations must track have grown. Organizations require reliable SMI tools to discover, monitor and make sense of social signals being sent by buyers, customers, influencers and even competitors.
The way companies listen and react to customers through social channels is crucial for businesses today. Social data is raw, real, uniquely insightful and the most authentic representative that marketers have seen in many years. Companies have the opportunity to take rich data and truly learn, understand and engage customers better than they ever have before. Hear how companies like General Motors are using Social Command Centers to improve their customer experience interactions and drive product innovations.
Did you know that 97% of business executives want social integrated across their enterprise? According to a recent Oracle global study, respondents nearly unanimously sang the praises of becoming a social business. Social gives you a window into the consumer like never before, revealing affinities that allow your business to understand and personalize engagements that build stronger customer relationships.
Consumers don’t see social as a “marketing channel”. They just view it as part of their
communications; it’s embedded in their daily mobile and digital experiences.
Businesses should be thinking the same way. As Altimeter sees it, social business is the deep integration of social media and social methodologies into the organization to drive business impact
With a wealth of information readily available online, consumers are now better able to compare products, services and prices—even as they shop in physical stores. When consumers interact with retailers publicly through social media, they have greater power to influence other customers or damage a brand. These and other changes in the retail industry are creating important opportunities for retailers. But to capitalize on those opportunities, retailers need ways to collect, manage and analyze a tremendous volume, variety and velocity of data.
If retailers succeed in addressing the challenges of “big data,” they can use this data to generate valuable insights for personalizing marketing and improving the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, optimizing assortment and merchandising decisions, and removing inefficiencies in distribution and operations.
Current trends are telling organizations exactly where their customers are congregating online but there seems to be a disconnect between users spending more time online in social networks and organizations spending more dollars and resources to reach them. Read this research today!
Published By: Brandwatch
Published Date: Feb 25, 2015
This guide features tips, tricks and case studies to help you learn how to identify and utilize influencers, including:
• How influencer marketing works
• Working examples from a variety of brands
• How to evaluate and measure the success of your influencer campaigns
This white paper examines the role social media can play in presenting a more strategic view of customer data and how the right combination of technologies can deliver insight to help companies more effectively meet perpetually shifting consumer demands expressed through, and influenced by, these dynamic communication channels. Discover the implications of social media for marketing and sales, as well as IT. And learn the how and why social media tools and applications can be integrated with existing technology investments.
Published By: Crowdtap
Published Date: Jul 03, 2012
New from Crowdtap, learn why influence is the hottest topic in marketing and social media. We'll show you how to tap your brand's peer influencers to drive advocacy and boost word-of-mouth online and off with 5 Keys to Success in Influencer Marketing.
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