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Signs You Should Invest In Social Media And Technology


February 23, 2017 ( Newswire) It is does not make sense in the world we live today to run a business that does not have an online presence. That in itself is an indication that you need to invest in social media and technology. If you are at that level then the investment you need is in schooling on the ROI of online marketing. However, most of us are well past that point.

Regardless of how much we know we seem not be investing as much as we should be in social media and tech. This is according to statics which suggest that the average company only invests 2.5% of its annual revenue on digital marketing.

Social media and tech are not going anywhere. Get comfortable with it if you still haven't. Get to enjoy some of the pleasures of technology such as online gambling where you can win a real money jackpot in minutes. Sites such as host online casino games. Not investing in social media and tech is corporate suicide.

3 Signs You Should Invest In Social Media And Tech

  1. Social media has no value to you- the contribution of social media to the performance of a brand in a market is no longer a debatable issue. Correct and up to date social marketing campaigns have the capacity to increase revenue.
  2. You cannot remember when you last updated anything-whether on your PC, in the office, on your mobile or social media. Social media serves a unique purpose of building trust between buyers and sellers. The more a business communicates the easier it is to trust. Also it is a great way meet new customers.

Failure to update company image and product listings has negative effects on the brand image. If you cannot take care of yourself how are you going to take care of the client?

  1. Your competitor is on social media-If your competitor is on Social media then you really need to invest in social media and tech. Your clients are definitely on social media platforms. Why wouldn't they? The whole world is in love with social media. This means your competitor is talking to your client and you are not part the conversation. That cannot be good for you.


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