Matt Wilson cites a study conducted by the New York Times that reported their statistical findings that ‘likes’ do in fact have persuasive power. It’s a quick read so I’ll not give anything away, but the stats contained within were very helpful for one of my recent articles, ‘How to Harness the Power of Social Validation’. If you’d like to do some related reading, click away and let me know what you think.
Infographic! Do I have your attention? I’m kidding of course, but this post highlights many facts, figures, and statistics to do with customer loyalty marketing that are quite interesting. And, you guessed it, there’s a nice little infographic to support main points. There’s some very interesting information here, so I encourage you to head over to the MarketingProfs blog to check it out.
Pete Caputa questioned a number of sales executives, managers, and reps about what philosophies, skills, values, and methodologies exceptional sales people use to get ahead and stay ahead. The resulting answers are fantastic, and highly relevant to social media marketing and content strategy. If you’re into achieving real business results with your efforts on social media – which of course you are – then head over to the HubSpot blog right now.
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