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Posts Tagged ‘Survey’

13% Rate Their Company As “Advanced” In Social Media [SURVEY]

Ever feel completely overwhelmed online? Like there are just too many social networks to participate in, blog posts to read, tweets to retweet, Facebook posts to like, Instagram photos to scroll through?

You’re definitely not alone.

Even, surprisingly, when it comes to companies and their digital presences. In a survey conducted by Ragan and NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions, just 13% of communicators said their organization was “an advanced, well-run machine,” while nearly two-thirds said they have more to learn and accomplish.

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Are Twitter Ads Actually Damaging Brands? [SURVEY]

A new survey suggests that social media users who see brand advertisement on Twitter and Facebook might actually become more negative towards those brands.
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The Top Social Media Challenge For Marketers? ROI [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social media isn’t new – but it still offers up challenges to marketers. And the main problem? They can’t figure out how to measure ROI.

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One Third Of The US Population Says “No” To Twitter And Facebook [STATS]

A new survey suggests that just about one third of the US population does not have a Twitter or Facebook account – are you surprised?
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Employers And Employees Divided Over The Value Of Social Media [SURVEY]

It might come as a bit of a surprise, but executives are much more bullish about social media than their employees.

A new survey reveals that 41 percent employers believe social networking helps to build and maintain their workplace culture, while only 21 percent of employees felt the same.
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Two-Thirds Of Us Believe Revenge Is Best Served On Twitter [STUDY]

A new UK survey says that social networks are responsible for our need to exact revenge on our enemies.
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58 Percent Of People Would Rather Give Up Social Networks Than Their TVs [INFOGRAPHIC]

As much as we are a tweet- and status update-addicted society, we’d give up our social networks if we had to, especially if it meant saving our TVs.

A new study suggests that people still love their TVs more than Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and the rest, choosing to save the tube and ditch the networks if they had to.
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If You Tweet At Work, There’s A 47% Chance Your Boss Is Ticked Off

A new survey suggests that bosses are becoming increasingly annoyed at their employees’ Twitter habits. And it doesn’t help that they think Twitter is pulling their employees away from their work during company time.
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75% Of Swedes Aren’t Familiar With Twitter

According to a recent survey, three out of four Swedes say they are unfamiliar with Twitter – although eight of ten from that same survey say that Twitter has a large impact on the issues of the day.
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Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn: How Do Lawyers Use Social Media? [STUDY]

Those in the legal profession must tread lightly when it comes to social media, as they are bound by confidentiality agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other legal contracts when broadcasting any message publicly. But that hasn’t stopped them from signing up for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the like.
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