The main aim of this study was to investigate the perception of UNILAG students towards social media as marketing tools: An appraisal of Facebook. It was established that companies are promoting their products and services on social media especially facebook while many students patronise the products/services. Respondents admitted that very often they clicked like, share, comment and view advert on social media to the extent of navigating the sponsors webpage. The challenges facing social media users in patronizing goods and services online were attributed to fear of been duped, poor browsing data and service to stay long on a social media and blogs. Survey research design was adopted using questionnaire for data gathering. Two hundred (200) respondents were drawn among the students using non-probability sampling method (purposive sampling technique) to pick the respondents. However, out of 200 copies of the administered questionnaires one hundred and two hundred (200) copies were retried upon which the analysis was based. Frequency and percentage with tables was used in data analysed. It was recommended that companies and individuals should watch over some sites that may be using their name or related to dupe people online. All effort should be developed to ensure that fraud is minimized to the barest minimum, so that people especially, the internet users can have a rest of mind to shop online and receive their products and services.
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