Most purchasing decisions in Facebook influenced by brand experience

The recent results of the social media influence and Facebook influence survey by Get Satisfaction, showed that over 97% of Facebook users were influenced by their online experience with brands when making purchasing decisions.

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) April 05, 2012

The social media influence and Facebook influence survey found that:

  • 97% of Facebook users feel their online experience with a brand influenced their purchase decision
  • 79% of fans of brands Facebook page always or usually recommended the brand to others
  • The top reason for becoming a fan of a brand on Facebook is to receive special offers

To see the entire results of the social media influence survey click on the link below:
Benefits of a Facebook Fan Page

The CEO of SocialMediadd.com and Facebook expert Brandon Gaille made the following comments on these recent social media influence stats:

“We are seeing more money being spent by our clients on Facebook marketing because the true ROI is in the influence their presence has on the Facebook community. The Facebook influence touches every aspect of a company, from customer acquisition to brand equity.”

SocialMediadd offers social media Facebook packages to companies looking to expand their presence within Facebook.

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