Tag: social media
The folks at GAME have revealed that their love of interacting and sharing with others during TV shows mean eight in ten Brits now use a phone, tablet or laptop to share their opinions online about the program they are viewing. Half will even combine all three – watching TV, browsing on a laptop or PC whilst using their smartphone.
Everyone has an opinion-and when a customer is hidden behind the safety of a screen, mud can fly. No matter how hard you try to please everyone, it just won’t happen. There is, however, a simple way to identify the type of complainer you have, and an easy, clear way to deal with them. Pardot has created the following infographic that provides an outline for the five types of social media complainers and how to appease them.
The staff at MPA Degree.org has created a shocking visualization into how the government uses social media. It’s not quite what you think. For example, the government is using social media to diffuse riots, forecasting elections, disaster preparedness, earthquake detection and notification, creating a social city, emergency response and more.
Pinterest is the fastest growing social media platform in history, having 10 million unique users and growing. This infographic includes some of the latest statistics and helpful tips that could help your Pinterest boards generate lots of traffic.
Most small business owners know that having a business website and a presence on social media are important to their growth and success. However, most small business owners are falling short of consumers’ expectations, according to the latest Web.com Consumer and Small Business Perception Survey. As a result, these entrepreneurs are missing out on opportunities to increase their sales, create loyal customers and build lasting customer relationships.
As more companies and nonprofits are evolving into social enterprises (a hybrid of charity and business), many are counting on social media to help them succeed. With online charity giving steadily rising, along with the ever-increasing popularity of social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, and more, it’s not hard to find a number of recent examples of social enterprises that are effectively using social media to aid in their efforts.
Social proof isn’t just an abstract psychological concept for big marketers – it’s one of only a handful of online marketing methods that works for almost any kind of business. Social proof builds trust and increases conversions which ultimately increases revenue. Learn more about “social proof” and the art of influence marketing in this infographic.
There are now 218 million monthly active users on Twitter’s popular service, with nearly 80% of these users located internationally. The social media giant is growing by the day, while more and more investors look to it to gauge potential. See more about Twitter in this data rich infographic.
If you work for a business-to-business (B2B) company, chances are you have noticed that it’s not quite as fast and easy to grow your social media presence, as it is for a business-to-consumer (B2C) company. In this infographic, learn how to grow your social media presence if you find yourself in an “unsexy” B2B industry.
In this infographic from the folks at Social Metrics Pro, discover 21 rules to follow if you are doing social media marketing.
TechWyse has created this Google+ Dimensions Cheat Sheet for designers, social media managers, and webmasters. This handy infographic acts as a speedy reference for image dimensions for Google+ pages and Google+ Local pages.
The folks at GroSocial are always working to sift social media myths from social media facts. As part of this effort, they work with leading digital agencies and marketing groups to help them better understand Facebook and what the social network can do for the average business owner.
The word may have been coined in 2005, but the concept has been applied in various ways for quite some time now and we now have several different types of social commerce that are very well developed and flourishing as business models on the Internet. In this infographic, StartupsFM take a look at the rise of social commerce and why it is influencing how people shop online.
Facebook’s 1.11 billion monthly active users come in all different shapes and sizes. Optify has created the following infographic to depict some of the common types of Facebook user you might come across. Which one are you?