When Snapchat announced the launch of Snapcash, it became the first major social network in North America to allow users/members to transfer money within messages. Using debit card information, this service is currently free of charge. Funds transfer with a few mere swipes and taps.
Other social networks are soon to follow Snapcash’s money exchange platform. In fact, a hidden payment feature is already inside Facebook’s Messenger app, but has not been released. Imagine if more than 500 million users can instantly send money to each other.
Duke University published a study this year about social media. The average company spends approximately nine-percent of their marketing budgets on social media. Experts predict that this number will increase to 25-percent within the next five years.
Preface Media created an innovative responsive design website for Walker Zanger. As a premiere tile company, Walker Zanger offers a wide variety of tile materials, ranging from ceramic, metal, quartz slab, stone, stone slab, terracotta, glass, porcelain, slab, stone mosaic and stone tile to wood. Preface Media was able to create a comprehensive product catalog that enables customers to easily search for specific materials.
Preface Media specializes in working with a wide range of companies. They help them boost their current marketing plans, giving them positive Internet exposure.
Just one of Preface Media’s success stories includes Arcadia Contract; they produce quality design and furniture products. Their primary area of expertise is corporate office, healthcare, educational institutions, government, hospitality and sports facility industries. In business for more than 36 years, Arcadia has adapted to the many changes that the economy has thrown at them.
Many companies have implemented high-tech devices to measure and calculate how to strategically sell and advertise to buyers, but have companies lost sight of the most important viewpoint – the customers’? Businesses can change all of their advertising, but the bottom line is that sometimes this can be a turnoff to customers.
Gone are the terrible customer service experiences of the 1990s, when the only option was to pick up the telephone and wait on hold for 30 minutes, only to be transferred to a different department time and again. Today’s customers have access to abundant services, such as social networking, live chat requests, requesting call back times, email, etc. By incorporating these abundant customer service options, businesses are focusing on catering to customers.