If you possess a strong interest to resell social media, consider this: a typically business will respond to just 30 percent of what its fans and followers ask or say on social media pages. These are the companies you ideally will want to reach as you embark on selling social media to the masses. Only about 30 percent of companies outsourced part of their marketing plans as it related to social media last year, but that number was up 2 percent from 28 percent in 2011. The numbers will only go higher, so jump now at the opportunity to resell this hot commodity before your competitors do it for you.
With electronic commerce topping $200 billion in 2011 and retailers and service providers with online presences reporting that more than 39 percent of their business comes from online searches, the need is as high as it has ever been for a firm Internet marketing program that has a social media component attached to it. The need is great too because more and more people are using their smartphones, tablets, and other devices to learn all they can about products and services before they buy them, and checking out their Facebook and Twitter pages is no exception. Thus, companies like the ones you will be targeting as a reseller are having to compete much more for business than they ever have before, including brick and mortar stores that desperately need online visibility to grab hold of what they have and possibly improve upon it.
With an online marketing plan that you resell through your own company, you will have something strong and powerful that companies will have no choice but to try out. Whatever you offer on top of both social media and perhaps search engine optimization, another strong and effective tool, will be irresistible to these companies that do not have the first clue how to successfully woo new clients and keep current ones happy in the changing online landscape. Working your reselling efforts through a private label SEO will get you even further in the door with these clients, since they will think that you are the one offering social media when in fact another company is handling it. But you already have something worthwhile to give these clients, and you are just adding social media as yet another viable and truly functional piece of their overall web based marketing puzzle.
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