70 New (Really) Marketing Automation Stats
APRIL 8, 2014
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87 New (Really) Marketing Automation Stats
JANUARY 5, 2015
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Best Social Media and Digital Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 2
FEBRUARY 7, 2012
Reports, surveys, studies and infographics are among the most popular content posted and shared across social networks. Find the answers to these questions and many more here in more than 40 of the best reports, studies, videos and other sources of social media, search, and other marketing facts and statistics of the past year. We’re all hungry for data. hours to 6.3 hours.
Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
JANUARY 17, 2011
According to MarketingSherpa research, marketers working in social media report an average 27% conversion rate for organic search traffic, while those not using social media reported a 17% rate. Find out in this report. by eMarketer. Among the global Forture 100 companies, 65% use Twitter, 54% are on Facebook and half post videos to YouTube. And much more. Adam T.
17 Compelling and Highly Usable B2B Marketing Statistics
NOVEMBER 1, 2010
billion this year Source : eMarketer B2B interactive marketing spending will climb to nearly $4.8 One of the best sources of information is industry statistics. This is set to reach 12% by 2013 Source : AMR International B2B Online Marketing Assessment and Forecast to 2013 US business-to-business (B2B) advertising and marketing spending will increase by 0.8% Powered by Logic In Motion.
Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)
SEPTEMBER 8, 2010
national survey of reporters and editors revealed that 89% use blogs for story research, 65% turn to social media sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn, and 52% utilize microblogging services such as Twitter. Yes, Facebook is a big deal, but there is no way it “controls 41% of social media traffic as was reported in a post on Mashable back in April. YouTube now. percent.
Top 25 Articles and 8 Topics in B2B Marketing for March 2010
B2B Marketing Zone Posts
APRIL 5, 2010
It pays to provide Support with Social Media - Buzz Marketing for Technology , March 23, 2010 In a recent Forrester Report on “ Customer Experience Pays Off as Social Media reduces Obstacles for Real Change ” they have really nailed down the argument I have been making over the last year about why Support is the single best place to build your business case for Social Media. B2B Online Marketers Focus on Lead Gen - eMarketer , March 4, 2010 Lead generation for B2B Marketing. Best of B2B Marketing. March 2010. Great stuff in the world of B2B Marketing for March 2010.
The 39 Social Media Tools I’ll Use Today
OCTOBER 31, 2010
Swix This is a slick new social media dashboard program that I’ve been trying. I’m planning to write a full post about it soon, but the real genius of Swix is that it allows you to easily create a unified scoreboard of all your key social media metrics like blog traffic, subscribers, Facebook fans, Twitter followers, YouTube subscribers, and much more. Smart. implement bit.ly
How to Tackle Real-Life Social Media Customer Service Obstacles
FEBRUARY 28, 2012
eMarketer research reveals that 46% of customers want to solve a problem when they're engaging with a brand on social media , and 39% are looking to give feedback about a product or service. It looks like companies intent on keeping social media in the marketing department alone are missing out on a huge opportunity -- the chance to give the people what they want. So what's a brand to do?