While social media has grown exponentially, you may wonder how its accompanying services can work for your overall business strategy.
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A couple months ago I noticed people talking about artificial intelligence everywhere I looked. According to AI experts, everything from our jobs, to the wars we wage, to the food we eat, to the beer we drink, to the software we write will be affected. What should you know?
While the most of us use social media to highlight selfies, gossips and cat memes, ecommerce owners use social media marketing to generate leads and drive growth.
The trends set by social media are tremendous. Ecommerce owners fare better when they jump in to survive this revolution.
“I’ve been a “Chief” several times in my career and while the title is nice, it often didn’t mean very much to the organizations I’ve “led.” Of course, this may be attributable to my own skills and competencies, but it may also be attributable to something else: the falsely purposeful need to centralize expertise and authority in someone supremely responsible and accountable for achieving specific results.”
There are several ways in which a company can incorporate technology. Big Data, IoT, Real-Time Analytics and AI all combined have helped a lot of companies improve their results and be more efficient in their activities.
Instagram has doubled its user base, to 700 million monthly actives in two years, fueled by Stories, web signups and better onboarding on low-end Android phones. Instagram’s growth rate is actually speeding up. It took just four months to add the last 100 million users since hitting 600 million in December.
A TNS survey shows that 43 per cent of UK consumers were either thinking of switching banks within the next year or had already made the decision to do so. Many highlighted that customer service concerns were to blame, 68 per cent said they were “just a number” to their bank.
Ryanair is undoubtedly one of the most important airlines in Spain. Nevertheless, the company doesn’t offer customer service for its Spanish-speaking clients.
Their social media management – for Facebook and Twitter – is handled from a worldwide corporate profile.