Some 84% of Millennials who have liked companies on Facebook say doing so is a way to show their support for the brand, according to recent research conducted by Nora Ganim Barnes, PhD, and Ava Lescault, MBA, at The Center for Marketing Research, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.
Other common reasons for liking brands on Facebook include wanting to receive updates (83%) and a desire to get coupons/discounts (66%).
On Twitter, getting coupons/discounts is the top reason Millennials engage with companies (85%), followed by supporting the brand (78%).
The top motivation for engaging with brands on Pinterest is different, with 76% of Millennials who engage with Pinterest saying they do so to share information about their interests/lifestyle with others.
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