There is no shortage of interesting SEO infographics on the web, but here's one that really grabbed my attention. A comprehensive summary and history of search engine updates over 2012, this one takes you through the updates and shows you exactly what they mean. A great primer for SEO in 2013.
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Did you know that Twitter is grabbing more new registrations than Facebook, with more than half of its entire userbase compromised of people who have signed up in the last year, compared to just 19 percent for Mark Zuckerberg’s baby?
What if I said that almost a quarter (23 percent) of Facebook users check their account five or more times each day, Twitter users are 33 percent more likely to be Democrats or – sorry Foursquare – that 74 percent of Americans are unfamiliar with the concept of ‘checking in’.
These, and several other amazing social media statistics, can be found in the infographic on social media statistics...
The Ultimate Complete Final Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet (Infographic) Business 2 Community One of the challenges of keeping up with social media is to ensure that you have attractive and consistent branding across all of the various platforms.
"Struggling with slow websites is stressful. When pages take more than 3 seconds to load, 57% of users will abandon the site. Almost half of all shoppers say that slow pages during checkout make them worry that the transaction has failed."
As the "It" social network of 2012, Pinterest has gained over 10 million users in just over 2 years. Major brands are seriously looking to Pinterest to drive more traffic and increase sales.
Did you know:
• Pinterest is now the 3rd most popular social network in the U.S. in terms of traffic? (Experian) • 80% of Pinterest users are female? (comScore) • Shoppers referred by Pinterest are 10% more likely to make a purchase than visitors who arrive from other social networks, including Facebook and Twitter? (Wayfair)
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