[Infographic] To Be or Not to Be: Brands’ Biggest Social Business Question – the Whole Shebang

By Elisabeth Michaud • 2 years ago • 11 Comments

Here it comes: Part 4 of our newest infographic (and the whole shebang, too!), To Be or Not to Be: Brands’ Biggest Social Business Question.

Part 4 of the infographic outlines some of the recent success brands have had with visual social media like Pinterest and Instagram – and where there’s more opportunity to improve!

Social Business Infographic, Part 4

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The visual stats:

  • Pinterest users spend more money, more often and on MORE items than users from any of the other top 5 social media sites.
  • About half of Interbrand’s Top 100 Brands are using Instagram or Pinterest as part of their social media efforts.

If you’re interested in the whole shebang, here it is in one piece:

uberVU Social Business Infographic

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What surprises you most from these statistics? Is your brand a part of the majority or minority in each category? We’d love to hear your thoughts!

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11 Responses to “[Infographic] To Be or Not to Be: Brands’ Biggest Social Business Question – the Whole Shebang”

  1. Sounds like a lot of half-empty shells of social media accounts out there. I predict that businesses will be looking to invest more effort flushing out their online presence and so long as the social media enthusiasts in those companies carve out the niche for themselves (and can illustrate achievements with the support of hard data), they’ll be given license to do more with those accounts.

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