All but one of 24 marketers surveyed in a new report from the World Federation of Advertisers and WPP research firm Millward Brown is committed to increasing the time and money they spend on social media in the next 12 months, even if they don't think they can accurately measure the results.
Marketers surveyed said their fan pages are about generating insight, advocacy, loyalty and engagement -- but not necessarily sales -- from their fans. Only 23% of respondents said they were convinced that they were getting a good return on their investment, while 18% said they think their ROI is "average" and 9% described it as "poor."
Friday, 25 March 2011
Marketers Aren't Sure About ROI but Will Spend More on Social Media, WFA Says | Global News - Advertising Age
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Posted by Jon Barnard at 11:23