Tag: social media
More people are using visually heavy content online. This could result in network slow-downs and higher costs for subscribers. Check out the infographic below presented by Qualcomm Spark to learn about the data storm that is heading our way and what network providers can do to weather the storm.
What ever happened to MySpace? We all remember the days when snapping narcissistic photos in a mirror was the “cool” thing to do. Shockingly, many years have passed since MySpace mania petered out and we bid our adieus to our first friend, Tom. Since then, popular platforms like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have surfaced as top social destinattions.
Any marketer worth their salt wants to get the most out of the Facebook community when sharing content. Inboud Visibility reveals 14 methods that will help boost up the visibility of your posts as well as tips for building a strong relationship between the followers.
The over-50 crowd of today is nothing like previous generations. Retirees and boomers right now are far more active, more involved, and better with technology than their parents or grandparents were and business and service providers are moving to keep up with them. If your idea of a pensioner is a grey-haired woman sitting in a rocking chair, you need an update. She and her friends are getting involved in all types of activities and they have interests that would surprise you.
Twitter and Facebook have huge audiences, but smaller social networking sites for niche audiences from mustache lovers to knitters are picking up steam, with new ones popping up all the time. MyLife.com tracked down 12 unique sites for specific interest groups you might want to join or share with your cat-loving friend.
Pinterest has become a social network that your business can no longer ignore. Many entrepreneurs and brands are reporting that Pinterest drives more traffic to their website than YouTube, LinkedIn and Google+ combined. Learn why it is important to invest in Pinterest in this infographic by Submit Edge.
It’s common to be on the lookout for celebrities in the concrete jungles of New York and L.A. but you can hunt for famous “game” in less common “habitats” using social media as your guide. If you’ve got some social media savvy and a little bit of luck, you might just bag some face time with your favorite superstar, without resorting to creepy stalking. ForRent.com explores this further in the following infographic.
iAcquire and SurveyMonkey present to you the third info graphic! How is social affecting search. T.The point of conducting this study was to examine the behavior of online users and see if they align with the preexisting notions of search, mobile and social behavior. While many of our ideas were confirmed, we were also greatly surprised by many data points.
Giving students more control over their living situations results in fewer conflicts. Social media connects billions of people from all over the world, so why not use it to find your college roommate? Learn how in this infographic from the folks at ForRent.com.
The following infographic by WebHostingBuzz explains the state of social media in the beginning of 2013. You can easily see what kind of content is preferred and where that content is shared.
Are you one of the 100 million active users generating 40 million photos a day on Instagram? As a marketer, user generated content is a gold mine for insights and can be a nice complement to any content marketing strategy. The infographic below from the folks at Marketo explains the psychology behind the top 10 Instagram filters, and profiles the personalities of the photographers who use them.
LinkedIn is the social media enigma, the one social media site that seems to have a profoundly stronger impact on companies than it does on its users. For people looking for jobs, LinkedIn is still just one part of a very difficult process. But for recruiters? It’s a gold mine. It is changing the world of recruiting, and the metamorphosis is just beginning.
Technology can undoubtedly help us become more efficient but it cannot create more hours in the day. What real life activities are we prepared to sacrifice in order to spend increasing amounts of time on social networking sites? Browser Media explores this in the following infographic.