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How do marketers determine social media ROI?

This a question asked by many CEO’s and business owners that challenges marketers to deliver value from social media and make a return on their investment. So it’s no surprise that 77% of CEO’s think that marketers don’t really talk about what matters; sales.

This Infographic by  InventHelp has some of the latest polls and interesting mini-case studies that show support for social media ROI.  

 

By Tom Crawshawhttp://bit.ly/Med5y4

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