Present Your Brand’s Social Content on Your Website Using a Social Media Hub
Many brands have recognised the power of social media for their daily work. 90% use social media to increase brand awareness. And for a good reason, because 71% of consumers who have had a positive experience with a brand on social media are likely to recommend that brand to their friends and family. Furthermore, 78% of consumers’ purchases are driven by companies’ social media posts. (Sources: Forbes, Lyfemarketing, Popsycle)
Ferrari is not only creating awesome cars but also producing content for their Instagram and Twitter profiles, which they reuse on a live social media widget embedded on various pages on the Ferrari website.
Austrian newspaper KURIER set up a landing page dedicated to COVID-19 news. The paper’s #BeatTheVirus hub collates information relevant to the outbreak and engages with readers.
Yamaha Music London is doing a great job using a social hub and user-generated content to engage visitors and communicate with customers by showing a social widget on every product page.
We switched to Walls.io because we wanted a more aesthetic view of our social media posts across all of our brand website properties. The feedback has been great as the layout of the content looks much better and is easier to read.
We’ve been using Walls.io for years, and it’s simply the best social hub tool out there. We implemented our social wall on a touch display at our drinking chocolate bar, and both visitors and employees are loving it.
Walls.io really cares about customer needs and has been a great partner for us. When we brought up the idea of a social commerce button with the team, they were happy to implement it for us. Now we can not just focus our social wall on customer-generated content but also make sure it links back to our product pages.