Social media dominates most of the Internet and has impacted varied industry verticals. The rising use of social media by celebrities including the sports industry shouldn’t be surprising for us. It bridges the gap between the teams and fans, where both can directly interact with each other.
With more than 3.6 billion users of social media platforms worldwide, it's hard to believe that marketers still don't quite understand the power of social. You have to capitalize on these platforms if you want to ensure the success of your digital marketing strategy and use every opportunity to expand the reach of your brand.
As more people rely exclusively on social media channels to find financial services, digital platforms' have grown as an effective channel for two-way communication.
How many TikTok videos do you see everyday? One, ten, or twenty, and even if you say countless won’t be any surprise to us looking at its craze amongst Gen Z’ers.
Even if you are a social media expert with loads of successful campaigns in your CV, if you want to justify your budget to the CEOs, at some point, you will have to explain what you’re doing, why you’re doing it, and what results you’ve achieved.
In times when each of your tweets or each post on social media counts and numerous people eye on them, you need something that can shift the burden of updating every day, consistently.
Social media monitoring for pharmaceutical industry is critical to find the target audience, right influencers, and raise awareness about your pharma & wellness brand.
Nonprofit organizations use social media every single day. They use it to connect with people and raise awareness about great causes. Also, social media is a great source for fundraising for which nonprofit organizations can spread a word.
When it comes to the airlines industry, it is challenging for them to promote this unique niche. The industry giants have already created their online presence looking at the coming change.
Oil and gas industry companies not only drive economic growth but have a significant impact on the global economy and energy consumption. This means oil and gas companies can never truly escape public scrutiny.