Category: Marketing Infographics
This infographic illustrates the best promotional items to giveaway at a trade show, with statistics showing which items people prefer to receive, which are most popular, and how many people remember your brand after the trade show.
Most usability problems go unnoticed by the average web user, at least on a conscious level. Despite that, your site is very likely losing a lot of conversions simply because you are not implementing basic conversion optimization tips. The following action points may not fix every problem on your site, and some may not work at all, but by testing the usability tips below you can potentially help you make huge gains in your conversion rates.
When it comes to branding your company, a logo is one of the most powerful tools available. Logos create instant recognition, shape customers’ feelings about companies, and help businesses stand out. Done right, a logo represents the culture and style of your business, leaving potential customers with a well-crafted impression each time they see it.
This infographic by Neotericuk provides details concerning the dimensions of commonly used pictures in social media, such as the Facebook cover photos and the YouTube cover pictures. Knowing this information lets you create infographics in such a way that the images appear streamlined.
You don’t have to be a huge, well-known brand to make it on Instagram. The great thing about social media marketing for businesses is that relatively everyone has the same chance of gaining followers. However, having said that, getting your brand’s profile off the ground on a new social media channel can feel like an impossible task. Issa Asad has created a compelling infographic that explains how to do it in as little as 7 steps.
Surely you have all noticed that you better remember what you see than what you hear or read. But have you ever wondered why? Find out everything about power of visual data in this infographic created by NeoMam Studios.
Creating a website is easy but creating one that converts and looks good is a whole different ball game. Planning and constantly optimizing your site will increase customer confidence and also your conversions. Have a look at the following infographic and start changing the way that you plan and design your website.
Have you noticed the term “inbound marketing” being thrown around lately? The concept has taken the marketing world by storm. It involves combining a variety of online marketing disciplines into a holistic approach that focuses on attracting, engaging and converting leads. Learn more about it in this infographic by Foremost Media.
It’s 25 years ago since the first search engine started being used – Archie in 1990 with Gopher hot on its heels in 1991. A few more had a good crack at it in the interim, but then, in 1997, along came Google. Now, SEO is big business for organisations of all sizes as they try to make sense of the algorithms and analytics. And in this infographic, you can see the incredible growth of SEO over the last couple of decades.
The topic of measurement is an ongoing debate within the industry and academia, and is a key theme within GW’s Strategic Public Relations master’s program curriculum. While the guidelines outlined by recognized authorities provides a general structure for identifying what to measure, the industry has yet to establish a clear standard for how we interpret and quantify these measurements to determine effect and ROI.
Do you know what a writer’s block or lack of inspiration is? Almost every famous writer has his own secret or technique how to overcome it. Learn the most effective ones in this infographic from Bestessaytips.com.
You don’t need to be a web developer to create a website nowadays. There are plenty of drag-and-drop website builders and CMS platforms available online, where you can easily get a website up in less than an hour. To help non-developers to pick a website builder/platform that suit their purpose and preference, here’s a detailed flowchart with comparison table of popular website platforms.
What’s the best way to seamlessly integrate email marketing and multiple social media platforms? Getting each side to support and benefit from the other should always be a priority. You want to make it easy, tempting and worthwhile for your fans to cross over from one side to another, with traffic going both ways.
Here is an infographic summarizing what’s been going on with WordPress in the last 12 months. In it, you’ll find: How much of the web as a whole is run by WordPress; How many new posts get published on WordPress.com every day; What the most popular version of WordPress is right now; What the top 10 most popular plugins are; What the top 10 most popular themes are; and What the size of the WordPress community is.