In fact, 70 percent of consumers trust consumer opinions posted online, according to Nielsen. Let’s discuss the role food bloggers, mom bloggers, and other social influencers have in igniting food trends and why you should be utilizing them in your brand marketing efforts.While modern household roles are constantly evolving, women make or influence 85 percent of all consumer purchases, according to Media Post.
Given that we love to explore trends in the app marketing ecosystem, we decided to decode the same for our readers.
But before we proceed any further let’s understand why mobile dating falls in the growth category.
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India is now the second most populous country in the world, with over a billion inhabitants.
While economic growth has been slowing since 2012, now standing at around 5% per annum and estimates indicate that India needs to grow by 10% a year in order to surmount its widespread poverty, this is still one of the biggest consumer markets worldwide.
From the recipes and cooking techniques passed down from one generation to another, to trying out your friend’s drink suggestions, word of mouth is the backbone of any trend; people trust the opinions of other real people, rather than what a brand ad or paid celebrity is telling them.
This sentiment remains stronger than ever in the age of social media, where sharing an opinion and starting a trend is just a click away.
Along came, Tinder and drastically changed the way people viewed dating.