Mobile Marketing with Social Media

Your customers are much closer to you than ever before because of mobile technology. They don’t even have to wait to be at their home computer to make an online purchase or get updates on the latest technology and news. Mobile connections to the internet has streamlined the way we think and do business and shopping.

Social media is playing a vital role in promoting all aspects of the mobile market. When you integrate mobile marketing strategy, online marketing will need to be more mobile friendly and easy to use and access. All blog posts, articles and even your website should reflect ease of use. Social media is an innovative way to promote your business. So simple to share or like or tweet, your business becomes more popular amongst your community as well as globally. By recommending your business to friends the possibility of it going viral amongst other internet users has the potential of your product or service being exposed.

Twitter has become the most commonly shared content on the mobile platform. Twitter users today are sharing many photos and according to Diffbot’s analysis, among 750,000 links posted on Twitter, 35% of the content shared was images. Additionally, it has been analysed that 40% of shared photos originate from Twitter.

Since every mobile today is being developed with the ability of taking photographs, it is easier to share them in Twitter or Facebook with the just few clicks. While talking about the videos, YouTube is the most popular video-sharing site.Visual content is more appealing to customers than text based information. Therefore, marketing with images such as infographics, funny photos, quotes etc is likely to gain more popularity over time.

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