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Social Media Revolution: Revitalizing Modern Business

Social Media Revolution: Revitalizing Modern Business | Aware Entertainment | Scoop.it

The social media industry has revolutionized the online worlds, including the traditional methods to online marketing. Companies and businesses need to develop strategies of their own or they risk behind left in the dust by competitors.

Adeo Internet Marketing published this infographic to show you why modern business needs social media to help revitalize their online business and rise to the top.


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Web Design History & Transformation Through The Years [Infographic]

Web Design History & Transformation Through The Years [Infographic] | Aware Entertainment | 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.

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Why Do You Need Responsive Web Design [Infographic]

Why Do You Need Responsive Web Design [Infographic] | Aware Entertainment | Scoop.it

Besides mobile phones and computers, these days internet can also be accessed via e-readers, netbooks, tablets, televisions and gaming consoles. It is just not feasible to make websites for each and every one of them. Even now, according to a research, only around 9% of the total numbers of required mobile websites are up and running.

 

Won’t it be simpler to have just a single website that could work everywhere? Responsive web design technology does exactly this.

 

With the gaining popularity of smartphones, More and more websites are accessed via mobile devices. Websites that aren’t optimised for mobile browsing scare away visitors. Responsive web design can be a solution to this problem. If done correctly, responsive web design doesn’t only provide a better mobile browsing experience, but it can also improve the loading time by optimizing the content for smarthpones. Analysts at Morgan Stanley claim that the world is currently going through fifth technological revolution since the last 50 years. This one is based on the evolution of mobile internet. According to statistics, mobile Internet usage has been growing staggeringly over the past few years and is expected to overtake desktop Internet usage by the year 2013.


What is Responsive Web Design?

A website that is designed to established standards laid down for responsive web designing will be able to adopt its design and layout to fit the specifications of the device calling it. It does this by dynamically adopting to different screen sizes and by reformatting the positioning and look of the constituent elements of the website.

 

So what may appear to be a website with large images spread through three columns on a computer screen, will appear to have smaller images in a single column on a mobile screen. All of this does not need multiple codes written for each type of device. A single set of code which accepts various specification parameters from the device will do the job. CSS3 is used to give the generated website the desired look and feel.

 

This infographic by dotcominfoway.com shows the key figures for Responsive web design technology.

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State of Social Marketing Survey [Infographic]

State of Social Marketing Survey [Infographic] | Aware Entertainment | Scoop.it

As we look ahead to 2013, where will marketers invest their resources? Where will they look to expand their presence and offering and what will they name as their top challenge?

 

Learn what almost five hundred marketers from a wide variety of industries and companies, both large and small, along with social marketing experts have to say about the state of social marketing today and in the future...

 

View the complete infographic and read the survey results for more deatils on social media and business objectives, measurement methodologies and social marketing investment...


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Social Media and Place

Social Media and Place | Aware Entertainment | Scoop.it
Facebook most social cities: People everywhere use Facebook to check in to places. Here you can see the 5 top hotspots of the most "social"cities.

 

Tags: socialmedia, place, tourism, infographic, London, NYC, Paris.


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