A prospective venue for Marketing is Social Media Marketing

Authors

  • Mr. Pintu Das Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Kalyani Mahavidyalaya, Kalyani, Nadia-741 235

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31305/rrijm.2022.v07.i10.002

Keywords:

Social networking, Social Media Marketing, Social media development and advantages, Social Media Marketing Strategy

Abstract

Large corporations have taken benefit of social media marketing's potential as a forum for marketing and have used it to drive their ad campaigns. Marketers are more conscious than ever of the different social media options that are available to them and are moving much faster than ever to start new sustainability campaigns. Social marketing is the method of promoting a company and its products and services through social media and other networks. While propagating their culture, mission, or desirable tone, organizations can utilize social media marketing to communicate with their existing customers and entice new ones. With help of data analytics tools specifically designed for social media marketing, marketers may monitor the effectiveness of their campaigns. The way we interact with one another and how our society functions as a whole have both changed as a consequence of social networking. Entrepreneurs started to notice how popular social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are becoming more and more. They started utilizing these platforms for social media marketing purposes to advance their objectives. That's because these websites have the power to alter user behaviour. On the social media platforms, marketing professionals can employ a variety of strategies and techniques to catch users' attention and enhance the engagement of their content. Marketers can employ the particular geographic, demographic, and personal information that users can submit on a variety of social media networks to customize their messaging to what is most likely to be popular with consumers. Social media is one of the "biggest chances" a company has currently now just to reach out to prospective customers. The means of socialization are social media. By establishing a closer connection with the public, these new media gain the trust of the public. Social networking marketing has transformed into the new norm for many organizations since the beginnings of last year. Social networking marketing has advanced, as have the companies that use it. It is impossible to pay to be completely silent on social media if a rival is generating controversy with its services and products. It is equally astounding how quickly the social media phenomenon is expanding and growing. With publication came social media marketing first. In an attempt to boost visitors to their sites and preferably, revenue, businesses published their information on social media. Social networking, however, has expanded to be a lot more than simply a method for disseminating information. Companies increasingly utilize social networking sites in a wide range of ways. For instance, an organization that is curious in what customers have to say about its brand may monitoring social media conversations and respond to significant references. In order to determine how effectively a company is operating on social media, it would employ an analytics tool to examine at its visibility, engagement, and sales. Highly targeted social media advertisements would be used by a company looking to reach a certain population on a large scale. The term "social media management" is frequently used to refer to all of them. Numerous ways in which social media has altered business. It is a reality that because of the digital era in which we live, social media and internet marketing have a big influence on how people behave. The technology is evolving quickly, which has increased both supply and demand over time. Automation of all processes is the only way to deal with the significant changes. Despite the emergence of the new communications era, experts advise companies to keep employing conventional methods while also making the most of social media to promote their goals. This study analyzes social media and social media marketing principles as well as related topics like social media's development and advantages, its function and importance in marketing, and its social media marketing tactics. It also offers a broad perspective of marketing through social media in India.

Author Biography

Mr. Pintu Das , Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Kalyani Mahavidyalaya, Kalyani, Nadia-741 235

Mr. Pintu Das Received his M. Com from University of Kalyani, also M.A. in Education from University of Kalyani and M.Ed. from University of Kalyani. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor & Head of the Department of Commerce of Kalyani Mahavidyalaya affiliated by University of Kalyani. Ex. Asst. Teacher at Baranagar Vidyamandir (H.S.), Govt. of West Bengal. He has a vast experience of 13 years in teaching, research, and administration.

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Published

13-10-2022

How to Cite

Das , P. . (2022). A prospective venue for Marketing is Social Media Marketing . RESEARCH REVIEW International Journal of Multidisciplinary, 7(10), 07–23. https://doi.org/10.31305/rrijm.2022.v07.i10.002