PwC’s June 2016 report, #SocialMediaStudies: Asset Management in the Social Era, reviewed the growth of social media globally and in terms of asset management brands.
They uncovered research in which 62% of millennials said that if a brand engages with them on social media they are more likely to become loyal customers. So, it is unsurprising that more and more brands are taking to social platforms. You can discover more about the success of brands on social media in our 12 Facts About B2B Digital Marketing infographic.
Asset managers are interacting daily with an expanding number of millennial clients and colleagues. The number of daily active users across multiple social platforms is also reaching new highs. So, it is a relief that 89% of asset management brands are active on social platforms (compared to only 60% in 2013).
In the wake of all this social success we thought that you should see the facts for yourself:
You can read the full PwC study here.
If you are an asset manager and want to see how your company is performing on social media join our Asset Managers Power 100. Every week this board uses Klout score to measure which asset management brands are the most influential on Twitter.
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