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SA4i Reminds Businesses: The Social Media Explosion During 2012 will Rage on in 2013


End of the year social media news is that the time is NOW to start preparing to ride the momentum wave of the social media platforms for 2013. SA4i looks ahead to 2013 as social media prevalence on the Internet strengthens.

(PRWEB) December 18, 2012

“Social media has been changing the world in which we live and shows no signs of letting go of that status.”

From ways of reaching potential, newly acquired, and long-standing customers to establishing positions of leadership within their industry, businesses are turning more and more to SA4i to include social media service aspects to their websites and online marketing.

Find out what SA4i clients already know: SA4i and social media are helping websites to come of age. Find out where your business and website rate on the Internet Effectiveness Quotient and what steps to take for improvements.

The Nielsen's State of the Media: Social Media Report 2012 reveals incredible statistics noteworthy for your business consideration; including that in July of 2012 social media reached 121 billion minutes in July alone compared to 88 billion during the entire summer of 2011.

Facebook remains being considered as the ultimate social media platform and also remains the most-visited in the U.S. Currently finishing the top five most widely used social media sites are Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace, and Google+. Pinterest has gained much ground and popularity in 2012 and comes in currently in the 10th spot.

SA4i (Strategic Advisors for the Internet) is an online marketing group representing multiple local, national and global clients.

For more information regarding SA4i's 2013 social media outlook as well as identifying and meeting the social media needs of businesses in 2013, please call 281-661-8900 or visit the SA4i website.

Video is an @equalman production with the following credits: Erik Qualman ; socialnomics,; in association with HULT International Business School; music “Right Here, right Now” by Fat Boy Slim (1999); Inspiration from Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod | Enjoy their “Did You Know” video; edited by Evan Kutsko; contact is @equalman

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