It’s about time you give some love to Google+, a social media platform set to attract more people not only because of its new dressed up interface, but also by the recent features added.
Google+ is obviously betting big on photos as it launches its ability to “auto awesome” images uploaded to it. Its mobile app came through with its refreshing updates as well. All in all, it has been a very active month for Google+ and the new wave of features is projected to increase its social networking share.
Now here’s an infographic ready to turn anyone who’s willing to make the jump an instant Google+ savvy user.
Wouldn’t it be great to get weekly website performance updates as a simple, easy-to-read graphic?
Now you can go beyond the Google Analytics dashboard with a new creative – and free – tool by Visual.ly. The New Google Analytics Report automatically delivers an infographic depicting your favorite metrics right to your desktop. See the infographic at the article link for a sample of a full infographic that is generated...
The folks at Boundless who last brought us the EdTech Buzzwords Infographic are back with The History of Education. The graphic takes a look at how formal education began, changes along the way, current day and predictions for the next twenty years.
What kind of social media are graduate students using to enhance their education? They may have different goals from your standard K-12 student as they want to focus on networking, connections, and employment opportunities.
Janette Speyer and Katrina McNeil, Web Success Team
Many of our clients exhibit at trade shows. In order to drive traffic to their booth, break through the clutter to get noticed, improve brand recognition and increase networking opportunities, the Web Success Team has a comprehensive online marketing program to help them to make an instant impact at trade shows and reach out to show attendees that may not otherwise be reached. Here are some examples of methods that we use:
It doesn’t really matter how much you study it, it’s almost impossible to get the perfect SEO (Search Engine Optimization) score for any long period of time.
Each search engine has their own algorithm to rank websites, and as if that wasn’t complicated enough, they change that algorithm frequently in order to perfect it and make sure that the same sites don’t hog up the top positions simply because they’ve figured out the x-factor in the algorithm to dodge other more popular sites that have the traffic, content mass, and extensive Internet presence enough to be ranked at the top.
I would probably need an endless number of articles to cover all the different aspects of the perfect SEO, and if I tried to do that, I would probably not be able to pinpoint it anyway.
Online learning is the fastest growing form of education today. We hear a lot about online college courses, MOOCs, and traditional universities offering courses online for a variety of subjects and types of students.
Just think about, how many different tablets, laptops, netbooks and smartphones there are. It’s miracle that web designers and developers manage to stay sane. Of course there are Web standards and entire organizations that exist for the sole reason to make sure that Internet you see is generally the same Internet that everyone else sees. But a greater number of devices can face certain problems when you’re attempting to visit specific website. That’s where Responsive website design became a saving power for developers...
In our upcoming October design issue, one of the many fascinating feature stories we’ve lined up is a lengthy profile of Pinterest and its elusive CEO, Ben Silbermann.
That story goes live later this week, but until then, here's an infographic about Pinterest, created by Fast Company's staff and designed by our own Ted Keller.
In this profusion of figures, you find out a few, key things about the image-sharing service. For one, it’s dominated by women. Second, something about its layout and culture stokes an enormous buying impulse. And third, major brands are getting in on the act. It’s not a stretch to say that soon, at least on retail sites, a Pinterest button might become as ubiquitous as a Facebook Like. Check out the infographic, or tour the major findings in the accompanying slide show...
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