It’s hard to guess which social media strategies really will click and catch the eye of the bull. In reality, it’s hard to predict which strategy will yield successful results.

The outcomes which each strategy produces are different. Defining success may vary from person to person, so strategy selection will depend on what one expects.

The most important reality for all social media lovers is to settle for something that seems to be functioning in a number of ways.

The tentative route would start with analysis, and then experiment to see the results. A successful approach may be developed using expert guidance from Social Media Marketing practitioners.

To help you in finding social media strategies that are worth testing, we bring you a well-researched Infographics. We would like to thank for their immensely appreciable design work over the Infographics.

The Infographics provides answers to a variety of questions that Social Media optimizers find when looking for successful strategies. This would be better if you were to go through the Infographics and settle for the approach that works better, without just wasting any time.

Here are some interesting facts collected through the surveys conducted for social media.

  • In 2020, the WHO estimates the average global lifespan is 72 years, and if we assume that many people now start using social media as young as 10 years old, that means the average person will spend a total of 3,462,390 minutes using social media over their whole lifetime. Quite a large amount dedicated.
  • More than 4.5 billion people now use the internet, while social media users have passed the 3.8 billion mark. Nearly 60 percent of the world’s population is already online, and the latest trends suggest that more than half of the world’s total population will use social media by the middle of this year.

According to the survey, “2015 Social Media Marketing Examiner”, nearly 92% of the marketers are interest in knowing ‘What social media tactics are most effective?. And in past 5 years the number has swollen to its full capacity.


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