Brands are using social media listening platforms primarily to improve customer service, reach new audiences, get feedback on products/services, and monitor questions/concerns, according to a recent report from Clutch.
The report was based on data from a survey of 300 people at companies with 100+ employees; those polled use a software tool for social media listening/monitoring; 74% of them work for B2C firms, and 26% work for B2B firms.
Respondents who use social media listening/monitoring tools say the main objectives for doing so are to improve customer service (21% cite as a goal) and to reach new customers (21%).
Brands say the primary benefits of using social media listening platforms are getting feedback to improve products/services (25% cite it as a benefit) and attracting new customers (24%).
Respondents say they main things they monitor with social media listening tools are customer requests/concerns/questions (86% do so) and the competition (77%).
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 300 people at companies with 100+ employees; those polled use a software tool for social media listening/monitoring; 74% of them work for B2C firms, and 26% work for B2B firms.
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