If you looked at the total costs and compared it to what P&G was spending before – no wonder why CEO Robert McDonald went this route. Apologies go out to those who were laid off.
These stats, which have been aggregated by Focus.com, show some good insights into how much brands are paying, on average, for their social media strategy and activities.
The second half of this infographic shows some good stats on the benefits of social media, including a comparison of what an average Facebook fan will spend on certain brands compared to a non-fan. On average it shows that a Facebook fan is 28% more likely than a non-fan to continue using a brand and that fans are 41% more likely to recommend a fanned product to their friends. What’s a Facebook fan worth to your brand?