Tag: statistics

  1. Social Media is just for Millennials   No way!   The perception that those in the 18-34 age demographic are on social media more than the older generation is just not true.   According to a Nielson 2016 report, 85% of smart phone users aged 35-49 (Generation X) were accessing some form of…

  This is part 2 of our 6 part series, The Tried and True Method for Growing Your Facebook Fan Base    How we contributed up to 20% in sales growth for our independent business clients via Social Media   In our last article we shared the tried and true method for growing your Facebook fan…

  How we contributed up to 20% in sales growth for our independent business clients via Social Media (The below is the first of an six-part series to share with Independent Business Owners exactly how we grow our client’s sales via social media)   Are you wondering why your Facebook page isn’t growing? It’s probably…

  Online holiday related content rose by more than 25 times in November compared to the months July through October.   When it comes to engaging your audience on social media it’s important to remain relevant. Consumers that want to connect with your brand should feel that you are relatable. And with the holidays coming…

  Do you still believe the lie that your target age demographic is not on social media? If so, it’s time to rethink your marketing plan. Social media is no longer just for the younger generation and research has shown that it’s not just a passing fad. Pew Research found that as of 2016 nearly…

Some 23% of online adults currently use Twitter, a statistically significant increase compared with the 18% who did so in August 2013.