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The social media market is divided by gender, content and message. Twitterers are likely male, Pinterest users female, and Facebook is split between males and females. Social media users are not loyal to social networking sites based on a February 24, 2012 Maclean’s magazine article, The new kid in town Pinterest is the fastest-growing social network, and it’s raising serious doubts about Facebook’s lofty ambitions. Each social media site is best for marketing different content and messages.
Facebook is best for sharing links, Twitter and Tumblr ideal for marketing facts, and Pinterest ideal for visual online communities. A media site can use Facebook to sharing news article links. A research company can post market research studies on Twitter and Tumblr. The Maclean’s article says Pinterest is a good marketing channel to show new outfit designs to buyers. Social media’s fragmented market requires marketing specialists know online audiences and content preferences.
Google, Bing and Yahoo! Internet keyword searchers are more loyal. The Maclean’s article gives insights from Kaan Yigit, president of Toronto-based Solutions Research Group, about Internet search behaviour. Internet search online marketing PPC and keyword search campaigns may work for any audience and content. A well-designed web landing page is key to an online search campaign’s success. A clear call-to-action requires target audience insight but search marketing campaigns may run on Google alone. Social media’s fragmented market will limit Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube’s online ad revenue. Each social media site must sell their channel to advertisers targeting specific verticals to earn enough money.
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