A new infographic produced by AdWeek draws off data to break down 2015/2016 social network demographics. The data is reposted in its entirety.
Social Network Demographics: Key Takeaways Embedded in these six pie charts is some very valuable information. If you’re not a data-person, we’ve got a few observations of our own for you to chew over. Find key takeaways from this chart at the article link.
If every blog followed the 11 Essential Ingredients Every Blog Post Needs in this infographic, they would be much more successful. From opening with a bang to killer bullet points, this infographic uses intriguing words to increase the uniqueness of its message.
No numbers or data, but this well-designed infographic clearly walks the reads through a sequence of tips for blog post writing.
Starting a blog has never been easier — but with all the social media, CMSs and techie lingo out there, it can be a tough path to navigate at first.
One of the most important things you’ll need to do as a blogger is to constantly remind yourself to stay true to your own voice. It’s easy to get caughtup in the blogging world and to lose yourself, but the best and most successful blogs are passion projects that ring true to the fired up blogger behind them.
Here’s a helpful guide to how to start a blog coming at you from one blogger who’s been down that road.
A new infographic from Baynote proves just how many people are buying on mobile; here are a few highlights:
1 in 10 Ecommerce dollars are spent today using a smartphone or tabletMcommerce growth is outpacing traditional Ecommerce growth by 200%For every $1 spent, the average return on retail email marketing is $44.25The number of people using smartphones has doubled over those who use tablets; but tablet users spend 20% more on average.
Via Lauren Moss
We all know that marketing strategy is a very important part of any company growth because only great marketing strategy and team can fly the company in the sky.
This infographic of social media marketing will help to understand the latest social media marketing strategy. Check out the Infographic and share which social media marketing strategy you use the most for your project at the article link.
Infographics are changing the way we share information, so we thought it would be a good idea to gather 12 essential ones that would help marketers and businesses understand what’s currently taking place in the online world as well as make better use of the tools we have at our disposal.
Social Media is not just a method only being utilized by big brands anymore. Small businesses are starting to embrace and implement social techniques on a grander scale.
A 2012 SMB Group Study found that 20% of small businesses use social in an ad hoc, informal way- to generate leads and drive traffic to websites. The study also revealed that 24% of small businesses are using social in strategic and structured way, including data analysis of market trends and customer driven product ideas.
The businesses practicing strategic social media enjoyed a higher level of integration amongst their departments. The largest disparity between the two groups was uncovered in Customer Service. Only 8% of the companies with an informal social media environment had integrated into Customer Service, while an impressive 43% of the strategic social group integrated Customer Service.
That's quite a difference and food for though if your small business just kicking the tire with little or no social presence.
'It may have had a slow start but Google+ is slowly but surely cementing itself as the social network platform of the future. So.. we give you a cheat sheet for the new Google+ layout sizing!'
Google+ currently has over 150 million active users and this number is constantly rising. Already interests & needs of individuals and companies are more focused and more easily targeted than Facebook...
Ask anyone to name the most popular social media tools used by students, and it’s a safe bet everybody could name the top two: Facebook and Twitter.
But those are far from the only online applications making inroads. As administrators warm to engaging students through social media, the list of potential resources at their disposal grows longer by the day.
Facebook and Twitter are the obvious choices. But there are other options- Tumblr, YouTube and Google+, to name three.
Of course, if naming the latest social media tools seems tough, learning how to use them all is harder still. In an attempt to shorten the learning curve, Flowtown and Column Five published this Social Media Cheat Sheet for your reference...
Whether you use them for reaching potential customers, interact with people, or to generate content, Social Media is a power tool for businesses. Check out some of the most popular online networks and how much of an impact they each have.
One of Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is to Begin with the End in Mind.
This infographic does just that – recognizing that you need to establish your goals first when looking to your social media marketing strategy.
It doesn’t simply speak about conversions – it speaks to the other business uses of social media: Brand Marketing, Thought Leaderhsip, Service and Sales Prospecting. Much of the strength of social media doesn’t come from the immediate push… it’s the echos and volume that are established over time.
Did you know that there are 92K plus articles posted on the internet with 1.19 Billion+ engaged minutes every single day? In other words, 1,194,902,462 engaged minutes is roughly 10 seconds per every person on earth or 2273 years of time.
Social’s on the move. Welcome to the city hall that never sleeps—where people are more likely to tweet about a pothole or support bike lanes on Facebook than go to a city council meeting.
City governments that want to keep a finger on the pulse of their transit arteries don’t need an invitation. They just need to know how to listen, which will help them figure out the life of the connected commuter, as depicted in our graphic with IBM.
Social media is 24/7. Someone is always tweeting, posting on Facebook, or uploading a new picture to instagram. However, for social media managers and businesses alike, this can be quite of a challenge.
We obviously can’t be online all day, even for those of us who are social media managers or strategist. But how do you know when to best reach your audience? There are a couple different ways to determine when your audience is online: view the infographic and visit the article link for insights and takeaways...
A massive survey of internet users reveals trends in social media usage across numerous platforms, ages, races, genders, population density and more...
The Pew Research Center has released the results of a comprehensive survey, conducted over several years to evaluate which demographics were using social media, and on which platforms. Which social networking sites emerged on top?
Of the online adults surveyed at the end of 2012:
67% use Facebook20% use LinkedIn16% use Twitter15% use Pinterest13% use Instagram6% use Tumblr
Find more statistics, findings and takeaways on how Americans appear to be using social media, based on this recent study.
A tweet only has 140 characters; with such a small amount of characters at your disposal, you need to make the most of each one.
The perfect tweet consists of three main parts: your message, a link and blank space. Here's what each section should include:
Call to action: Tell readers what you want them to do.Hashtags: Include one or two to increase your reach among people who don't follow you.Tone: Use your own voice, but in a professional way.Format: Use a mix of headlines, questions and statistics to drive clicks and retweets.
Shortened URLs: Bit.ly links earn the most retweets.
Leave room for at least 20 characters at the end of your tweet so retweeters can add comments.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.