Are we going viral in social media? If not, why?
Sales and brand image are affected by viral social media content, and we can help you leverage it.
Consumers are active in sharing feelings and comments about products and service via social media, as well as expectation about new products or services.
In most cases, consumers check out social media content, such as friends’ recommendations, online before they make a purchase.
This happens every minute in China—in subways, on buses, in offices, at dinner, and even on bed.
Great content plus great key thought leaders can help information—and sales—go viral. Xiaomi, a Chinese Android SmartPhone provider, is a great example, as it mainly markets and sells its products by leveraging social media, resulting in billions of revenue.
Should you care? Of course you should.
Our solution helps you answer some very key questions about going viral across social media:
- Are we going viral in social media? If not, why?
- Are consumers talking good or bad about me? Who are they?
- What do people say about my competitors on social media? What activities are they doing?
- What do my consumers look like and how do I reach them?
- What are the industry trends and what new product should I bring to the market?
Working with us will help you develop a plan to build great content, employ the right channel to broadcast your messaging, and introduce new products—and ultimately, go viral.
Interested in learning more?
How We Do It
There’s no such thing as bad press. Or is there? In today’s digital world, comments—good and bad—can go viral in an instant. We’ll help you structure strong marketing strategies that create positive conversations.
Brands need to consistently communicate with their consumers, but the digital landscape is a vast environment with many potential customers. We’ll help you find and connect with the ones who matter to you.
While it’s good to pay attention to social media, it’s better to listen to what’s being said on social media. We can help you listen so you understand buzz and sentiment—two factors that can affect your brand.