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Author: Alexander Lund
Online marketing manager at DeVry Medical International. Alex is passionate about Digital Marketing and connecting brands with consumers online. Digital Marketing and its various fields, including social media, offer a tremendous opportunity for companies to connect with customers if done correctly. Alex enjoys practicing, being active, sharing his knowledge, and learning as much as he can about Digital Marketing and its fields.
Specialties: Google Analytics Certified. Experience and educational training in Website Development, Social Media, Mobile Marketing, Email Marketing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Display Ad Marketing & PPC, and Website Analytics, and Digital Marketing Optimization
Soon the strategy of "I tweet, so pay me big bucks to send a couple tweets for you" will be a thing of the past (if it isn't already). Social media is settling down after its wild west days as companies begin to apply analytics and insight to gauge ROI. But why is there still question over how to apply measurement to social media as marketers would do for any other channel?
According to Econsultancy’s latest Internet Statistics Compendium, Latin America’s users spend the most time on social networks with a total of 7.6 hours spent per month, ahead of Europe and North America with 7 and 6.4 hours respectively.
Despite this trend, the same report also revealed that Latin America has among the lowest social network penetration in the world with only 25% of the population using them.