How Effective Are Awareness Days On Social Media in 2020?

In this social media-led world, Awareness Days are something we have in abundance. Every single day is dedicated, often more than once, to something. You only have to log into Twitter to see a ‘hashtag holiday’ trending. The team at Adzooma set out to collect data on the effectiveness of Awareness Days. By looking at who exactly is fueling these days and actively putting resources into them, the infographic below uncovers whether Awareness Days hold any value to brands.

Social Media Image Sizes – 2020 Cheat Sheet

With the rapidly changing nature of social media, image sizes go hand-in-hand with this movement. It’s important to keep up with what dimensions are supported by each platform, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube as well as blogging sites. This infographic showcases the different dimensions required by each social media giant.

10 Social Media Scams and How to Spot Them

Social media scams seem so commonplace these days, but the techniques that scammers use can vary. To help you identify some of the most common scams on social media and prevent them from occurring, the team at Panda Security have created the following infographic featuring 10 social media scams and how to spot them.

Social Media Evolution

Social Media is regarded as the best innovation of the 21st Century. On average, a person spends at least 1 hour a day on social media. Back in 2005, only a few million people used social media platforms but now more than 2.6 billion do. Through this infographic, Zenesys visualizes the amazing journey of Social Media from 1971 to 2019.

5 Social Media Marketing Benefits For Small Business

Social media marketing is booming as more and more businesses are leveraging it. As per studies, around 96% of marketers are presently utilizing social media marketing. The top 5 benefits that the small businesses are getting from social media marketing are described in the following infographic.

When Social Media Meets Video

Video consumption on social media has rapidly grown, and without a social media video content strategy, you might miss all the perks. Social media videos generate up to 1200% more shares than texts and images combined. Social networks are meant to be for shared experiences. And videos convey more emotions that texts and images combined. That’s solely the reason why people can’t get enough of videos on social media.

How Can Social Media Help Students Improve Their Academic Performance?

Social media can have a positive influence on education, helping students improve their academic performance. From helping students complete their assignments, get to grips with intricate educational concepts, prepare for quizzes and exams, to improving their practical skills and finding the right career opportunities, social media is playing a vital role in helping students stay on top of their studies.

Video Export Guide To Social Media

Exporting video with any software including more advanced and professional video editors such as Adobe Premiere Pro requires a lot of details to remember.  This is especially true when exporting video for online platforms and social media. This infographic will show you the optimal settings so you know how to export in premiere pro or any other video editing software.

A Guide to Social Media Customer Care

Social media is becoming the go-to portal when customers want to reach out. I know that is true for myself. One customer may post a query on your Facebook page, while another tweets you with a complaint. Either way, your reputation is at stake when consumer interaction becomes so public. How can you ensure customer satisfaction without compromising your brand?

Individual & Organizational Social Media Risks

Social media usage is growing at an exponential rate. With this growth come enormous benefits, like the ability to connect people all around the world and allow them to create increasingly rich content. With this growth, however, also comes an increasing number of risks. In this infographic, University of Alabama at Birmingham Online looks at social media risks for both individuals and organizations.