Category: Marketing Infographics
Selling Facebook Likes is like the digital version of selling Viagra. Hordes of spammer and shady operators are mail-bombing users with incredible offers: thousands of likes for pennies. But are those Likes really valuable for your brand and your business? The folks at AdEspresso decided to find out, and as such bought likes and analyzed how they performed compared to an identical Facebook Page where Likes were generated through Facebook Ads.
Proving the value of SEO can be tricky in today’s environment. Whether it’s content marketing, outreach or good old fashioned link building, business owners and decision makers need to know that the investment they’re making will pay off. Lucky for many, the figures and stats for SEO have always spoken for themselves.
Facebook has become the number one personal connection platforms online. For many, posting a Facebook status update is the highlight of their day! But, is Facebook just for personal use? Not on your life. Facebook has in fact become a necessary tool for businesses of all kinds to grow their brand online. This infographic takes a look at the “business vs personal” debate and explores what Facebook is really for.
Cultivating a strong presence on social media ha become a necessity for brands and with new platforms come new opportunities to create widespread consumer advocacy for your products that influence the opinions of others.
Google’s Panda algorithm updates can have a negative impact on web sites that have low quality content and usability issues. Want to avoid being on the victim side of the next Panda update? Or maybe you already are an unfortunate victim of a Panda update? Check out the following infographic which provides a step-by-step process on how to recover from a Panda penalty.
With the number one external source of hire coming from employee referrals, negative social media and online reviews can do great damage to your employer brand. This infographic sheds light on earning positive word of mouth from your employees.
While there are many different methods used to build a website, there’s only one best way to do so: the smart way. This involves finding just the right platform and tools with which to build a website, whether you use WordPress, hire a professional, or use an online website builder. The cost will vary depending upon the method you employ, and so will the time.
Want your video to be seen by the world? You’re not the only one. “Virality” is a new marketing buzz phrase which seems to be the number one goal of everyone with a webcam. You can prime your video to go viral by following the steps detailed in the following infographic. From what content to include, to the perfect time to release your video, to exactly where and how to promote it, the infographic serves as an all-inclusive guide to getting your video to go viral.
Did you know that 80% of people chose a product, service or company over a competitor because it had a better website? Visible Logic recently published their Web Design Survey results as a white paper. Here are some highlights.
This infographic from Visual Website Optimizer explores how sports teams like the New York Yankees can increase online merchandise sales and ticket bookings with A/B testing.
Take a look at this infographic to get a clearer picture of why Pinterest is so great and how you can use it to spread your content online. Pinterest is a blogger’s best friend, so don’t miss out on it!
Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social media networks. Yet, we’ve found out that many small businesses either don’t know where to start or don’t think they will benefit from a presence there. The folks at Customericare spoke with 8 small businesses successfully engaging customers on the visual network. Each tip they provided describes the core strategy of one of those businesses.
With search engines, advertisers typically bid on keyword phrases relevant to their target market. Content sites commonly charge a fixed price per click rather than use a bidding system. PPC “display” advertisements, also known as “banner” ads, are shown on web sites or search engine results with related content that have agreed to show ads.
Do you ever wonder how to use videos to market your company brand? If you’re confused, that’s okay. The following infographic from Plumlytics below breaks down five of the biggest social video channels in the market today.