Tag: social media
When you think of jetlag, you probably imagine the effects of a flight and travel on the body. However, there is another type of jetlag – social jetlag, which can have even more worrisome effects than its jet setting counterpart. Biz Brain has created an infographic entitled “Social Jetlag: No Travel Required”, explaining what social jetlag is, how to recognize it, and how to avoid it.
According to a NY Times study, we all fall into 6 broad categories of online sharer. The following infographic explains these in greater detail and is a precursor to an interactive quiz which asks “What kind of sharer are you?” Follow the link to find out.
You may think Pinterest is relatively new to the social media worlds but did you know that they recently celebrated its 4th birthday in March? It’s true and even though that is fairly a short time for any company, their growth is nothing less than impressive. The following infographic by Fullestop takes a look at the numbers.
In Feb 2007, Tumblr, launched — adding to the many choices for casual and serious bloggers and micro-bloggers in an already crowded market, and going up against competitors such as WordPress.com. Tumblr came to the attention of Yahoo!, a company with a history of buying many startups. What’s in the future is difficult to say since Yahoo! plans to let Tumblr remain mostly autonomous, with the primary exception of the latter now displaying Yahoo!-powered ads.
This infographic will share some unknown and amazing nail biting facts of some social media channels with users engagement and activities on daily basis and use of social media influence users life and relations.
Snapchat, a popular application used to send instant, temporary photos amongst friends, is now being leveraged by brands looking to target a younger audience. Check out the following infographic to find out more about Snapchat’s user demographics, which brands are currently using it successfully, and some best practices for brand communication.
As we use social media to connect with others, we create a digital data trail of human interaction. When analyzed properly, this valuable data can show public opinion and consumer trends, make predictions and provide insights. For companies properly collecting and analyzing this data, it can be key to success.
Over the years, the shopping experience has evolved along with the web. Today brands can no longer afford to ignore their customers. And as more and more customers shop online, it has become highly critical for brands to engage with their potential customers. Here MobStac provides a few interesting numbers that further drives in how social media is beginning to define the e-commerce sector.
Pinterest has really taken off in last few years. What was considered as a website for sharing and curating wedding pictures and recipes has now emerged as a major contender in social media space, particularly in the eCommerce and retail business. This infographic looks at 30 reasons to market your business on Pinterest in 2014.
If your company is feeling a bit skeptical about Social Media Marketing, and whether or not it’s worth the effort, then you will enjoy the following infographic which highlights 10 reasons why it may be working better than you realize.
Social media is not rocket science. That’s good news because it means that with some minor adjustments to your Facebook page, Twitter account and weekly calendar you can stand out from your competition, get more leads and engage with more customers. In this infographic, GroSocial looks at fve social media makeover tips for business.