Consumer Behavior

Consumer Behavior

2013dir

When it comes to community size, 54 percent of consumers agree that the smaller the community the greater the influence.

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The survey findings also indicate that many of those consumers are turning to blogs when looking to make a purchase. Blogs were found to be the third-most influential digital resource (31%) when making overall purchases, only behind retail sites (56%) and brand sites (34%). In fact, blogs were found to be the fifth-most trustworthy source overall for information on the internet. YouTube, Facebook and Google+ are the most popular social properties for consumers.

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With the big investments brands are making on the social platforms, consumers said keeping up with a company’s activities and learning about products and services were the top reasons for following brands on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram.

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Navigation

1. Executive Summary

2. Brand Digital Messaging: Going Social

3. Consumer Behavior

4. Creating Influence

5. Influencers & Revenue

6. Influencers & Brands

7. Conclusion

 

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