IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING IN THE BUYING INTENTION OF FASHION PRODUCTS
People in the twenty-first century do not have the time to visit and engage with one another. Through social media, users may join to social networking sites and stay in touch even when they are far away. In addition, social media platforms like Facebook foster a devoted relationship between the fashionable product and the consumer also helps in influencing customers for buying motive, opening up significant advertising prospects. Similar to this, other social media platforms, such as blogs, offer a place for people to comment on events that require publicising and can be used as a marketing tool for both customer adoption and promotions of fashion industry. People are now finding your social media page for buying by following and subscribing to fashionable pages and blogs. Since there is a lag between the time a social event occurs and when it is transmitted, these media have an advantage over other widely used public media, such as television. This study focuses on the tactics that can expand the current viral marketing model outside the realm of traditional social media. Consequently, it can aid in forging a strong enough community to support initiative buying and efficient marketing.
Fashionable, Fashion Industry, Time, Social Media, Buying Intention.