Best Practices for Shorter Tweets

Marketing experts are constantly on the search for engaging, attention-grabbing tweets. However, stuffing a full marketing message into 140 characters or less can be a huge challenge-especially when you have a lot to say! Pardot has created an infographic entitled “Best Practices for Shorter Tweets” giving you tips to making the most out of those short but sweet tweets.

The Demographics of Military Families

American poet Richard Watson Gilder once wrote, “Better than honor and glory, and history’s iron pen, was the thought of duty done and the love of his fellow-men.” This mantra especially rings true to the 429,995 soldiers on active duty and the 850,880 soldiers enlisted in the seven reserve components as of January 31, 2013. Learn more about the emographics of military families in this infographic by MyMilitaryBase.com.

Google + 2012: This Is Only the Beginning

Google+ is celebrating the end of its first full calendar year as a social network and has published the following infographic that displays highlights and milestones achieved in 2012. Kind of ironic that what appears to be a growing social network ended up on this dead pool list a few days ago.

ROI – Return on Infographics

The following is a very interesting case study Bit Rebels conducted into the ROI (return on investment) for infographics. No doubt, we’ve seen a major increase in infographics over the last year or so. And that increase is either because people are getting more lazy about creating good content (although a lot of work goes into a good infographic) or they are simply great marketing tools. What do you think?

The Global VoIP Revolution

Realizing the importance of social and digital media in catalyzing brand equity and market penetration, here is an infographic that deals with different phases of the VoIP industry, and how they have evolved over the years. Starting with a historic timeline, we highlight the current state of mobile subscriber bases across core regions of the world, finishing at what the future holds for VoIP.

Google+ vs. Facebook: A Guide to Brand Pages

Let’s face the facts: at this point, Google+ is no Facebook, but that doesn’t mean you should dismiss it as a marketing tool. While Google+ doesn’t have (and may never have) the numbers that Facebook has in terms of users and engagement, the type of engagement that occurs in the Google+ setting may actually make it a choice outlet for your marketing messages.