Monday, June 23, 2014

Companies Alter Social-Media Strategies - WSJ

Excerpt from a social media marketing reality check

"When many companies joined Facebook in the late 2000s, they used it as another brand website where they provided links, contact information and monitored consumer gripes. Then, they got caught up in the numbers game, trying to rack up raw masses of fans and followers, believing they were building a solid marketing channel. But that often wasn't the case.

"Social media are not the powerful and persuasive marketing force many companies hoped they would be," concludes Gallup Inc., which on Monday is releasing a report that examines the subject."
Companies Alter Social-Media Strategies - WSJ
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