With the widespread use of infographics in marketing increasing every day, there is growing concern about maintaining infographic quality. Some believe that infographic marketing will go the way of article marketing if we begin to sacrifice content quality and placement. Thus, this post will focus on advice from experts on what they think makes a truly great infographic.
he only thing we can count on in social media is that everything will change: new platforms will emerge, new mistakes will be made, and new heroes of the moment will arise. Whether these pros focus on mobile, on content marketing, or on social customer service, they are all tackling changes head on and ready to respond to (and even anticipate) the new directions the wind will take them.
Bolt’s premise is pretty similar to Snapchat: send images to your friends with very low friction. After a pretty simple signup process (that makes sure you’re in a launch country by requiring your phone number) and asking you to take a selfie for your profile photo, you’re thrown straight into the camera.
Instagram added video to its app in the summer of 2013. This feature came just five months after the launch of Vine, the video-sharing app. Both apps allow the creation of short videos and both are backed by social media giants: Vine by Twitter and Instagram by Facebook. One year later, which app has won the battle for video dominance and marketers’ attention?