Swipe up : En kvantitativ undersökning kring hur konsumenters attityd och köpintention påverkas av marknadsföring via sociala medier

Detta är en Master-uppsats från Högskolan i Borås/Akademin för textil, teknik och ekonomi; Högskolan i Borås/Akademin för textil, teknik och ekonomi

Sammanfattning: Since its inception, social media has developed into something that is now a constant part of our everyday lives. From being a digital place where users could keep in touch with friends and family, social media has become a place where consumers and companies have the opportunity to communicate. As a consequence, companies have had to renew and adapt the strategies used to reach their consumers. Some of the strategies that have emerged are UGC, E-WOM and Influencer Marketing. As consumers have been given an opportunity to communicate back, power has shifted to the consumer. Hence, this study has chosen to have a consumer perspective where attitudes in terms of trust, credibility and skepticism as well as purchase intention are treated and examined. Using a survey, responses from 118 respondents were collected and processed. The results of our collected data showed that the strategies examined have a positive impact on the consumer's attitude and purchase intention. With this in mind, it is in the companies' interest to expand the knowledge about these strategies and develop the company in a way that makes it possible to take advantage of the benefits that are in the strategies. The results of this study contribute to an increased understanding of marketing in social media, but the topic is far from fully explored. With the help of our research, we have also developed a combined marketing strategy that takes advantage of the benefits of each strategy. The models in this study cannot explain the consumer attitude and purchase intention in their entirety as the research area needs to be developed where new factors can be added and the strategies fine-tuned.

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