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Infographic Post vs Traditional Post, Social Media Performance

Infographic Post vs Traditional Post, Social Media Performance | Social-Network-Stories | Scoop.it

Trivia: First infographic was created by Cristoph Scheiner in 1612(wow!) where he used a series of images to explain the rotation of the sun over time.

 

Social Media Stats(Infographics Post vs Traditional Post):

- Facebook: An infographic posts received 61 likes while a traditional post 69 likes. Thats about 12% less likes for the Infographic post.
- Twitter: The infographic post was retweeted 578 times while the tradional post received only 62 retweets, making the Infographics posts 832% more popular over the traditional post.
- Google Plus: Infographic most was more popular within Google Plus users receiving 9 +1′s while traditional one received 4 +1′s, thats a 125% increase.
- LinkedIn: Again Infographic was the winner getting shared 51 times, about 629% more than the traditional post shares(7 shares).
- Stumbleupon: SU generated 330 pageviews for the infographic post while the traditional one got 39 pageviews. Infographics once more was more popular by 746%.
- Pinterest: Newly born social media of Pinterest created the same amount of views(62 views) for both type of posts Infographic and traditional one.

Top 6 Social Networks for Infographics:

- LinkedIn
- Facebook
- Google+
- Twitter
- Stumbleupon
- Pinterest

 


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Statistiche Social Media (2012) | Social Media Easy blog

Statistiche Social Media (2012) | Social Media Easy blog | Social-Network-Stories | Scoop.it
Se ci fosse ancora bisogno di qualche numero per spiegare l'importanza dei social media, ecco allora una serie di statistiche pubblicate su slideshare da Mile Van Opstal di Wavelab, e relative a Facebook, Google+, YouTube ...
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LinkedIn compra Slideshare per 118,75 milioni di dollari. Seconda vita sotto la guida di Rashmi Sinha

LinkedIn compra Slideshare per 118,75 milioni di dollari. Seconda vita sotto la guida di Rashmi Sinha | Social-Network-Stories | Scoop.it
Quella di SlideShare è stata la seconda vita delle slide, adattate alla condivisione su internet e alla partecipazione del web interattivo: entra a...
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tutte le novità su Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Twitter e Digg

tutte le novità su Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Twitter e Digg | Social-Network-Stories | Scoop.it
E' l'innovativo Porta a Porta 2.0. Una volta i politici bussavano ai potenziali elettori rilasciando interviste al telegiornale serale o al quotidiano più.
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How to be the Man (Woman) on LinkedIn [INFOGRAPHIC]

How to be the Man (Woman) on LinkedIn [INFOGRAPHIC] | Social-Network-Stories | Scoop.it

LinkedIn continues to be the only major social network focused exclusively on business professionals. Its not as casual as Facebook and not as flippant as Twitter. Today’s infographic focuses on how to be “the man or woman” on LinkedIn. It includes 10 tips that will help you:


Optimize your profile
Extend your reach
Leverage the tools


All three are equally important if you want to drive new business from Linkedin.
If you have a great profile and no one sees it you’ve accomplished nothing. If you have a great network and belong to several groups you’ll still miss out on opportunities if your profile is lacking. Finally, if you are using the available tools such as Answers, Polls, Status Updates, etc. but still have a poor profile, you may drive people back to your inadequate profile, but you’ll likely find that you have nothing to show for your work.


Your profile is the hub of your Linkedin existence. Its your landing page. It should tell people who you are, what you do, how you help people, where they can get more information, and even how to take the next step if they want to engage you or your products and services.


Next I would start naturally building your connections. Connect to you natural network, to people you meet at networking events, and even reach out to those you would like to know. Start looking for groups to join such as:


Those where potential your customers or clients are
Industry related groups where you can make connections that can become partners, vendors, or referral sources


Alumni groups, whether corporate or school based, where you can reconnect to old friends or find new ones
Topic related groups where you can expand your knowledge
A group that you start and grow
Finally, kick start your activity by answering questions to help others and demonstrate your knowledge, engage in group discussions by joining existing conversations or start your own, post status update to share content, ask questions, or share success stories, and finally using the search function to prospect.
Success takes time so be patient and consistent in your activity. My LinkedIn infographic should help you get started (click image to view full size).


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5 Tips to Build and Grow Your LinkedIn Network | Social Media Examiner

5 Tips to Build and Grow Your LinkedIn Network | Social Media Examiner | Social-Network-Stories | Scoop.it

Excerpted from the article:
"Here are five key strategies and activities you can focus on to build and grow your network.

 

#1: Update Your Status Frequently and Consistently:

Here are a few ideas on how to be an active LinkedIn member:

- Update your status at least three times a day.

- Share and comment on the updates of your first-, second- and third-degree connections at least once a day.

- Send an invitation to connect to at least one new person per day.

- Start and/or participate in LinkedIn Group Discussions three times a week.

- Answer questions on “LinkedIn Answers” three times a week.
- Comment on profile updates from the companies you follow on LinkedIn once a day.

 

Be selective about the tweets you choose to send automatically into LinkedIn from your Twitter account. 

 

#2: Build Connections Constantly:

To always look for connection opportunities. LinkedIn recently enhanced its People You May Know feature.

 

#3: Be Strategic about When You are Active on LinkedIn:

Focus your participation activities during the times when you have the best chance to be seen.

 

#4: Join and Actively Participate in LinkedIn Groups:

LinkedIn Groups are one of the most active areas of the network and the participation stats are quite compelling.

You must jump into the new and popular conversations and add value as a member!

Pick three to five groups that make sense for you to be actively involved.

 

#5: What You Share Matters:
What you share on LinkedIn does matter. This is what will define you as a trusted authority within your industry and with your target markets.

The key is to share news, articles and insights that are relevant to your connections if you want to attract and grow the right audience.

Be a resource and be helpful to your connections in addition to finding ways to create dialogue with them..."

 

Read full article: http://j.mp/JErQZE


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Slavica Bogdanov's comment, May 1, 2012 9:03 PM
Hello Giuseppe. I followed your advice and here is what I did: http://www.scoop.it/t/attractitude-business/p/1706530814/what-makes-an-irresistible-business. Let me know what you think. Thank you again for your great tip!!!
With much respect!
Giuseppe Mauriello's comment, May 2, 2012 12:56 AM
Hello Slavica, I will see..:-)