How Much Does Social Marketing Really Cost? The Case of Nestle

22 Oct

Most companies involved with social media are quite interested in keeping costs under control — and ensuring that those costs result in real benefits to those firms.

With this mind, take a look at the infographic prepared by Percolate, a firm that uses software to connect and automate key marketing tasks:

“Across both B2B and B2C, the largest challenge digital marketers face is reaching their audiences with relevant content. Now that content has become the core vehicle for brands to connect with their audiences, it’s imperative marketers seek efficient, cost-effective content workflows to engage their audiences – which have fragmented across mobile and social.”

“At a 2014 AdAge Digital Conference, Nestle revealed that its teams produce more than 1,500 pieces of marketing content each day for its 800+ Facebook pages. What type of investment does that entail? We broke down the expected costs with our content partner Visual.ly to give you a full idea of what a Fortune 100 company like Nestle might spend on content marketing.”

 

 

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