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The Impact of Social Media on Brand Perceptions

  • Topic :
  • The Impact of Social Media on Brand Perceptions
  • Paper Type:
  • Dissertation
  • Word Count:
  • 15,250
  • Pages:
  • 61
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Phd

Description:

Social media has evolved through many generations and eras, it has been defined in various ways by different authors, researchers as well as academia. Some argue that it stems from the very early forms of interpersonal communication via email, while others solely accept it as the more recent form of social interaction on social media sites. Despite all the different arguments that exist regarding social media, extant academic literature on the topic is rather sparse.

Brand Loyalty and Role of Social Media

  • Topic :
  • Brand Loyalty and Role of Social Media
  • Paper Type:
  • Literature Review
  • Word Count:
  • 2,000
  • Pages:
  • 8
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Masters

Description:

Social media has evolved through many generations and eras, it has been defined in various ways by different authors, researchers as well as academia. Some argue that it stems from the very early forms of interpersonal communication via email, while others solely accept it as the more recent form of social interaction on social media sites. Despite all the different arguments that exist regarding social media, extant academic literature on the topic is rather sparse.