What’s Next: Social Media Trends 2020

Demanding a more seamless and cohesive buying journey, brands explored integrating the new commerce options being developed by the social networks. As a result, social media is shifting from merely being an inspiration or education channel to a full storefront experience.


LinkedIn Pages adds new tools to help businesses connect with users to drive engagement & growth

LinkedIn Pages adds new tools to help businesses connect with users to drive engagement & growth

Invite to Follow – Page Admins can now invite first-degree Profile connections to follow their LinkedIn Page. upto 50 invites per day. A good way to grow the pages

Live Streaming – This helps business to have a live streaming of various events, programs & others. 2 way communication with the users

Post as Page or member – Users can post as an individual or as their organization.

These new tools will help business to drive the engagement for their business pages.

2018 Social Media Trends Report

2018 Social Media Trends Report

The Art of Social Media – Gone Social SF

The Art of Social Media – Gone Social SF

40 Inspiring Social Media Case Studies

This slideshare highlights 40 mini case studies of businesses in Singapore that have stood out by implementing creative social media marketing campaigns.

‘Peace for Paris’ image spreads on social media

A simple drawing that overlays the Eiffel Tower with a peace symbol was widely shared on social media. To show their sympathy with the victims.


Digital Statshot India – Digital, Social & Mobile

350 million active internet Users
134 million active social media users
590 million unique mobile usres

Maggi crisis on social media – How the Social Media Reacted?

Maggi fans took to social media to express their opinion about the brand. Most of the mentions were negative in nature. Among the platforms, Twitter was leading with maximum conversations around the brand. An overview of the kind of conversations that took place around Maggi in the social media sphere.

Why do people use social media?

The vast majority of people in the UK still use their social media accounts to stay in touch with friends, according to research conducted by Deloitte. 65 percent of people aged 16 to 24 use social media to find out what their friends are doing while 53 percent send messages directly to their friends

Infographic: Why do people use social media?  | Statista
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