The advertising spending of marketers is continuing to become increasingly digital and is shifting toward the big platforms – those were the findings of a survey DMEXCO conducted among its community. Budgets are mainly being set aside for search engines, social media channels, editorial content websites, and audio and video platforms. Surprisingly, traditional channels such as TV and radio are also still proving popular.
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With its SSI, LinkedIn wants to provide its own metric for making social selling success measurable. Is the LinkedIn Social Selling Index really a useful benchmark for measuring your success or merely an advertising gimmick?
Do you want to embark on your social selling journey but don’t know where to start? Are you wondering which channel is right for you, what KPIs will best measure your strategy’s success, and whether there are social selling tools to help?
To establish social selling in your company, you need social sellers above all else. Who is the ideal candidate for this role and what factors do you need to consider when introducing social selling? We have 7 tips to get you started!
As social selling becomes a popular sales concept, more and more sales channels are finding their way onto social networks. To successfully implement this strategy, social selling and marketing must be closely harmonized with one another.
As a sales concept on social media, social selling promises to open new doors to customers and make sales processes more effective. What’s behind the trend and what opportunities does it present, especially in coronavirus times?