How Social Media Changes Today's Marketing Strategies

Nasr Abdulaziz Murshed
2020 International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology  
In the past recent years, WhatsApp and WeChat have surprisingly fast growth. Facebook as well became the first social network to reach 1 billion active users every month. The presence of social media is an expectation for brands instead of an exception to the rule. Social events and shared information within your target market will help you understand developments in the industry. The opportunity to expose patterns in business in real time is a potential business intelligence goldmine. The
more » ... wide rate of social penetration reached 49% in 2020, with the highest penetration rates in East Asia and North America. Instagram enables users, through their standards of credibility, authenticity and transparency, to develop themselves. Influencers from social media have a personal recognizable identity, also known as the "true brand" An influencer has tools and values that can motivate many other followers to increase their presence in the media. Even if these leads do not directly buy via social, awareness-raising can lead them to become full-time buyers. The overwhelming majority of users in Instagram are under the age of 30 according to recent Social Media demographics. Marketers face a dilemma: more and more people want businesses to take a social stand, but 79% of CMOs fear that their capacity to attract consumers will be adversely affected. Businesses can mitigate negative emotions by providing positive information to popular social media users. Marketing managers will encourage consumers through tournament and influencer programmers to engage in contact practices so customers can evangelize and encourage their loyalty to the organization through the creation and delivery of user-generated content
doi:10.38124/ijisrt20sep218 fatcat:ufdudiz6qzffdlgfeufqjpesua