A Social, Tech, M...
Follow
Find tag "infographic"
484 views | +0 today
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Mario Lanza from visualizing social media
Scoop.it!

Infographic: How to measure Facebook and Twitter ROI

Infographic: How to measure Facebook and Twitter ROI | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it

Seventy-three percent of CEOs think marketers lack business credibility and 77 percent believe marketers don't talk about what really matters—sales. If this sounds like your business or company, it's clearly time to find a way to measure the return on investment of all those hours dedicated to social media.

This infographic has some tips and examples that can help and explains how to use statistics and analytics to determine and identify conversions, sales leads and potential leads...

 

Check out the graphic for more tips, as well as advice on how to grow your Facebook and Twitter fan base...


Via Lauren Moss
more...
Scooped by Mario Lanza
Scoop.it!

Web Design History & Transformation Through The Years [Infographic]

Web Design History & Transformation Through The Years [Infographic] | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it

In a new infographic from All Web Design Info, we get to take a look at web design history and how the Internet has evolved since it was first introduced to us.

 

The World Wide Web got introduced to the general public as late as in the 1990s. It feels like it’s been a lot longer since I started using this highly creative way of sharing, innovating and connecting. However, the Internet’s web design history is really fresh compared to many other things we are still using today.

 

HTML has become the backbone of the Internet itself, and it is apparently in its fourth generation right now. Many new and more effective languages have been added since HTML became popular, but it still serves as one of the main keys to creating a visually stunning and user friendly website. The second generation of the HTML language was introduced in order to stop confusion about the tags available. People had started to add their own tags, so between 1992 and 1994 the second generation of HTML was put together to unify the language and make it more simple.

 

Today, HTML 5 is becoming more and more popular, and it looks like many of the features that previously we were only able to include through Java, Javascript and so forth have been injected into the HTML 5 batch enabling more creativity without having to involve other languages. This ultimately makes the work easier for any web developer and designer. Only the collective developers and designers know what web design history will be written in the future since they are the ones who together invent features and approaches that in the future will require simpler implementations.

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Mario Lanza from MarketingHits
Scoop.it!

Infographic: Helping Digital Marketing Serve "The Right Impression"

Infographic: Helping Digital Marketing Serve "The Right Impression" | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it

Forrester predicts that consumer purchases via smartphones will grow from $10 billion in 2012 to $31 billion in 2016 and smartphones will account for 3% of e-commerce in 2012 and 7% in 2016. With holiday shopping right around the corner, marketers need to have a mobile strategy that enables them to deliver the right impression on the right device.

 

Todays digital consumer is connected like never before, and with the number of personal devices multiplying at a rapid rate, marketers need to reach their target audience with the right impression.

 

Here is a fun infographic asking the digital media world "Are you serving the right impression?"


Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com
more...
TechWombat's comment, September 14, 2012 12:34 PM
This is a very handy breakdown!
Scooped by Mario Lanza
Scoop.it!

Design Evolution On The Web Explained [Infographic]

Design Evolution On The Web Explained [Infographic] | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it

As with everything, the evolution of web design is moving forward at an ever more rapid pace. In order to understand what appeals to people, you would have to look at the design evolution and track what’s popular now and what was popular in the past. Maybe there will be a design revival soon, and it would be good to know what that might be all about. Technology of course plays a huge part in the way we design for the web. However, design evolution will most likely always be about simplicity and user friendly interfaces that will make visitors stay as long as possible without getting annoyed by the patterns, menu system and of course the overall design. Design evolution will always move forward so why shouldn’t we, right?

 

Depending on how you look at it, web design hasn’t been around for very long. Even though the initial groundwork for what would become the Internet started back in the early 1950s, we are still just scraping the surface of what the Internet can potentially be. We are seeing more and more services spring up thanks to new and more advanced languages and engines that will make our websites more alive. At one point in time, we were all about Flash. We thought if we could get things to look more animated on our site, it would attract a lot more people. Well, that has died down a little and people have somewhat realized that content is better than a ton of moving objects on the screen.

 

In this infographic called Evolution Of Web Design created by Carrington College, we travel through time from the beginnings of the Internet all the way through the most important milestones of web design tools and languages. The design evolution itself was slow and and at some points quite annoying thanks to the speed of the Internet connections that were available to us during those times. However, with new speed comes new tools and ideas. I think we’ll see an increase in how fast design evolution develops from now on. Sure, we have seen a lot already, and thinking about how we could once again reinvent the Internet as it relates to design seems far away and quite frankly impossible at the current time, but that will most likely change in the future.

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Mario Lanza from Eclectic Technology
Scoop.it!

7 Tips on How to Break Through the Most Common Creative Barriers (Infographic)

7 Tips on How to Break Through the Most Common Creative Barriers (Infographic) | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it

"It is not uncommon for many of us to have thoughts and ideas rustling around in our heads with the inability to get them out onto paper. This is referred to as a creative barrier or block, which most of us have become all too familiar with at one time or another.

This graphic is filled with tips that will help you in getting out of your creative rut and back into the swing of things."


Via Beth Dichter
more...
Ken Morrison's comment, August 1, 2012 11:00 AM
It is interesting that two of these deal with confidence. I agree that it is important to avoid throwing out good ideas. We all have to sell. Even the best ideas don't sell themselves.
Ken
Rescooped by Mario Lanza from visualizing social media
Scoop.it!

Visual Information & How It Affects Website Traffic [Infographic]

Visual Information & How It Affects Website Traffic [Infographic] | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it
Educate yourself about the importance of visual information on your website. With infographics, you will gain a lot more traffic for your growing website.

Visual information is processed faster by the brain, with 90% of all the information that we take in is visual. But the thing with visual information is also that unless it’s a really good story or article, people don’t want to read through a whole page of text when he or she could do something else more fun. So, throw in an infographic with visual information, and you’ll have a winner...


Via Lauren Moss
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Mario Lanza
Scoop.it!

Why Infographics Are Not Enough To Make Global Content Marketing Strategies Successful

Why Infographics Are Not Enough To Make Global Content Marketing Strategies Successful | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it
No one can deny the rapid rise in the popularity of infographics. No wonder, since they are graphically attractive, they solve user problems of information overload and they make great webpages.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Mario Lanza from MarketingHits
Scoop.it!

INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media Checklist for Business

INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media Checklist for Business | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it
People always ask us what basic things they can do on a day to day basis, to improve their social media presence on the top social communities.

 

Well the guys at the whole brain group have put together a great Infographic, that can be printed and used as your daily social media checklist for your business.

 

Check out 8 Ways to Improve Your Facebook Edgerank, Engagement, and Success if you are looking for a basic strategy to really improve your Facebook fanpage’s success.


Via Peter Azzopardi, donhornsby, Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Mario Lanza from Eclectic Technology
Scoop.it!

The Google Yourself Challenge - Infographic

The Google Yourself Challenge - Infographic | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it

“How much can others learn about you from the Internet? Take a moment to Google yourself. You may be surprised how much information is public. While you think it doesn’t matter, what you post online could impact job prospects, your safety and more. Check out this infographic to learn more about what you may have shared online, how to Google yourself to learn more, see what others who are looking for you may find, and learn more about why it matters.


Via Beth Dichter
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Mario Lanza from Eclectic Technology
Scoop.it!

10 Steps To Designing An Amazing Infographic

10 Steps To Designing An Amazing Infographic | A Social, Tech, Market, Geek addicted | Scoop.it
Information can be useful--and even beautiful--but only when it’s presented well. In an age of information overload, any guidance through the clutter comes as a welcome relief. That’s one reason for the recent popularity of information graphics.

This post includes 10 steps to help you create an infographic, beginning with gathering data and ending with releasing your infographic to the world. 


Via Beth Dichter
more...
No comment yet.