Category: Marketing Infographics
Each year, email marketing saves a paper forest that is equivalent to the territory of Switzerland, the greenest country in the world. By sending email newsletters instead of print newsletters, marketers are avoiding unnecessary use of paper and deforestation and are building loyal long-term friendship with their audiences in the greenest possible way.
We all know the importance of a good reputation. Whether we want to be perceived with high recognition by our employers, colleagues or that attractive redhead in your class, reputation all boils down to people’s perceptions, often times based on word of mouth.
You already know that there are many ways to improve your PPC performance, but improving your AdWords Quality Scores should always be a priority. Having low quality scores can impact your bottom line by effecting how much you pay per click, but it can also prevent your ad from showing up all together.
What makes a photo engaging? What makes a photo influence sales? Is there a difference? Turns out, photos taken by Instagram users with fewer followers are more powerful sales boosters than photos from more popular users. And photo captions that contain questions tend to trigger engagement, but not sales.
Getting people’s attention can be a tricky endeavor, especially if you’re trying to convince them to buy something. One way to successfully communicate with your potential customers can be with an attractive sign. Now, in order for a sign to be deemed successful, there are three categories that are important to consider: composition, color and font.
Here is a sincere and materialistic infographic created by Antavo about the day of love and how marketers can make sexy their products for this special day.
Mobile search engine optimization is a topic that has increased in popularity as mobile phones have become a staple in everyone’s lives. If your 2014 SEO marketing plan does not have mobile search covered, then you have some work to do. Fortunately, the folks at Syntaxxx have put together this nice infographic to help lessen the chore.
Brytewire recently surveyed a panel of local consumers to learn how websites influence their attitudes and actions toward a business. Consumers were asked what were the most important components of a local businesses’ website and what factors lead them to making a determination about the validity or quality of a service provider. The results provide some interesting insights for local business owners.
If you are YouTube user, then you know how powerful it can be to have a video ranking on the top of the search results. Many of us wonder how so many average people can be transformed into YouTube celebrities in such a short period of time. The key to having your video stand out from the crowd is to properly optimize it.
There is a psychology of color and how different colors motivate your customers to buy. Each color brings about different emotions and perceptions, so you want to make sure you’re using the right colors in your branding. In this infographic, Bags and Bows looks at the psychology of color.
The real point of contention is weather you’re getting the best bang for your buck advertising this demographic during the Super Bowl or if there is a better campaign that will yield greater returns. B&B Supply broke down how much these marketing giants are investing to reach America’s largest single television audience in this surprising infographic.