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INFOGRAPHIC: 7 Ways to Increase Traffic with Social Media Channels

INFOGRAPHIC: 7 Ways to Increase Traffic with Social Media Channels | JOIN SCOOP.IT AND FOLLOW ME ON SCOOP.IT | Scoop.it

Are you unsure about the best way to manage your company’s social media presence?

Here are 7 simple tips to help you get more traffic.


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Nine0Media's curator insight, March 11, 2014 1:48 AM

#DIYSEO #SocialMediaTools 

Run'Concept's curator insight, March 11, 2014 2:59 AM

Simple, mais fondamental :-)

Holly Knowles's curator insight, May 16, 2014 1:40 AM

While it can be useful to use social media platforms in an IMC campaign, it is important to utilise them to receive the best possible outcomes. By following these 7 steps it can help to boost "traffic" which can be beneficial and better manage these platforms.

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Infographic: Watch a City's Pulse in Real-Time

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A new way of collecting data allows a duo of creative coders to archive transit information and update the map every hour, creating a handy tool for trend spotting and comparing traffic.


The first time Andy Woodruff and Tim Wallace created a map of Boston’s bus routes was back in the fall of 2011. Using data from the MBTA, the duo (who write over at Boston-centric blog, Bostonography, charted the paths and speeds of buses over the course of 24 hours.

In the years since they first published the MBTA Bus Speeds, the team has learned better ways to automate mapping. Now, with a bit of coding they can sit back and watch the maps draw themselves. Woodruff and Wallace pull in data from NextBus every hour, and that information is stored in a database. “Image rendering is done by some pretty simple PHP scripts that grab the data, string the points together into lines based on vehicle ID, calculate distances and speeds, then draw thousands of lines.”


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