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Using Digital Influencers to Drive Shopper Marketing Strategy

The average shopper spends 79 days researching a new purchase, with 80 percent of that research starting online, usually with social media. Because of platforms like Pinterest and Instagram, the shopper's path to purchase, beginning with inspiration, is becoming even more self-led. Not only that, but consumers are less inclined to blindly follow traditional advertising...
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