Tag: social networking
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.
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.
This infographic from Real Business Rescue provides an idea about the immense potential of social media and how B2B marketers are tapping into this potential in their marketing efforts.
Superbowl XLVII is now in the history books and no doubt a few memories already stick out: The Baltimore Ravens victory over the San Francisco 49ers, the 35 minute delay caused by the Superdome blackout, or maybe even the Beyonce halftime show. But how did the Superbowl fare in social media?
Using the metaphor that “your business is like a tree,” then one must consider that it is only as sturdy as its roots. Businesses can’t branch out until they know how strong their foundation is, especially when your tree is built upon social media – an ever changing and increasingly important element in today’s marketing.
Developing a social media presence for your Small Business is vitally important in today’s world. Small business owners may find it difficult to devote time to create and manage content on this new channel. With the help of a strategic plan and good marketing sense, any business can successfully set up and manage a social media presence. Learn which social media sites are right for your business in this infographic.
Google+ is more than just Google’s answer to Facebook. It’s no longer the “ghost town” many have perceived it to be, with over 500 million users. Plus, there are a myriad of benefits of Google+ for business. Check out this infographic from Search Mojo to learn 7 benefits your business could be reaping from Google+.
Social media is huge now, and everyone is familiar with Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn. But many people don’t remember or have already forgotten large social media sites of the past (and some present) that have utterly failed. This infographic developed by MyLife.com entitled “Top 10 Social Media Sites That Failed Totally” tells all.
Did you know that at this point, over 66% of Fortune 500 companies have a Facebook page, and over 88% of businesses are using social media to grow awareness for their brand? Social media exploded in 2012, and it’s only going to increase in importance in 2013.
The following infographic “Social Media Statistics and Facts 2012″ from GO-Globe.com covers statistics and facts of all major social media platform including – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Youtube and blogging.
There’s been many opinions about how good, bad and indifferent Google+ is. One debate that is ongoing is “It’s Really Popular Vs It’s A Ghost Town.” So what’s the truth? Findings from Umpf appear to suggest the latter. Despite its large number of accounts, G+ is bottom of the list of social network users’ favored channels.