Tag: social media
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.
Social interaction is a part of human nature, but with busy lives or distance sometimes separating friends, family, acquaintances and colleagues, social networks are filling a need globally. While there are some leaders in social media, there are dozens of networks filling various categories and needs, all fighting for attention.
Social media is a great marketing tool for all businesses, especially fast casual restaurants. But, have you ever wondered what restaurants are on the social media leader boards? Check out the infographic below to find out.
Facebook is the most popular social network in the world, filling a need of users to connect to family, friends, acquaintances, colleagues, clients and others with potential for some form of relationship. Facebook also has the highest user engagement in terms of average hours spent per month per user. This makes Facebook users highly valuable to marketers.
Did you know that there is a way to terminate all your social media accounts after you die? After all, you really don’t want your shame to still live after your death do you? Here’s an infographic created by the folks at Who Is Hosting This.com to help you to prepare for your digital afterlife.
In the following infographic, BlueHost outlines a few recent examples that illustrate how social media has changed the way television is made and watched, how social media is playing a role in televised political elections, how it is being used as a way to boost audience participation in popular voting shows like The Voice, and what’s in store for the future.
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.