We’ve seen several brands capture headlines by bringing the snark to their social channels.
Although it might delight audiences who love to watch an official brand’s social media team scorch an unsuspecting user, does that really work for the bulk of consumers?
New research from Sprout Social casts some doubt. Its recent survey of more than 1,000 consumers found that 67 percent do not want brands to exhibit snarkiness on their social media channels.
What do consumers want from the brands they follow? Take a look: