This Bogus Graph is What Fox News Wants You to Believe About Poor People PolicyMic This Bogus Graph is What Fox News Wants You to Believe About Poor People. Keith Grubb's avatar image By Keith Grubb 2 hours ago.
Did you know that the term “social commerce” was first introduced by Yahoo in November, 2005?
Since (and even before) then, social commerce has changed the way that we shop online. Global e-commerce sales are expected to top $1.2 trillion this year, and platforms such as Twitter and Facebook are driving a growing chunk of that change.
Indeed, studies have shown that one third of users follow at least one brand on Twitter, and two-thirds of those will buy from those brands. This infographic from Startups.fm takes a closer look at the rise of social commerce.
Distance Learning Publishes New Infograph on Oceanic Dead Zones SBWire (press release) Gainesville, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/22/2013 -- A new infographic has been released recently on Oceanic dead zones, hypoxic (or low-oxygen) areas in the world...
L2 Think Tank’s Social Platforms 2013 study, covering 247 brands across 15 different social platforms, offers a deep dive into the current moment in social media.
Insights include the ROI of social media vs. more traditional marketing tactics like paid search and email; the performance difference of Instagram video and Vine; and engagement levels on Twitter vs. Instagram vs. Facebook and more.
Whiteboard it – the power of graph databases TechTarget Graph databases are built on the branch of mathematics known as graph theory, the foundations for which were laid in the 18th century by the mathematician Leonhard Euler.
Today, Facebook is finally launching its new Graph Search feature. The new search tool uses your Facebook connections and interests to come up with relevant results for people, photos, places, and interests.
National Debt Relief Infograph: The True Cost of Credit Card Minimum Payments SBWire (press release) New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/04/2013 -- National Debt Relief recently launched a new infographic on credit card minimum payments.
Recent Amerikaans onderzoek laat zien dat ouderen die actief zijn op internet over het algemeen zelfredzamer en minder eenzaam zijn. Tegelijkertijd moeten veel ouderen een enorme drempel over bij het gebruik van een computer. Een drempel die wordt verlaagd door de ipad: niet extreem duur, handzaam en makkelijk in het gebruik. En voor het internetgebruik van de meeste ouderen meer dan toereikend.
Graph of the Day: The carbon bootprint of watching football RenewEconomy What price a love of football? We all know how emotionally taxing it can be watching your favourite team play, but what about the cost to the environment?
Has incivility hit crisis levels? Ninety-five percent of Americans believe we have a problem with incivility, and 70 percent say it has risen crisis levels, according to new research. Worse yet, 54 percent expect the trend toward ...
White House: Obamacare not a job killer, we have a graph to prove it! Washington Post The White House would like you to know that the Affordable Care Act is not killing jobs – and they even have a graph to prove it.
Heineken abandons a guy on an... The Drum His experience is being filmed for Voyage TVC, with episodes from the first Dropped adventure going onto Heineken's dedicated YouTube channel, where viewers can also check the process of the “explorer”.
#Google Search - How Important Is It to Be on the Top? (Really, with the float, #1 isn't what it used to be since multiple websites could be #1 depending on the receiving computer.
Marty Note Couple of important things to remember when looking at this infographic:
`1. Since the Google float* several websites can be presented as #1 depending on the RECEIVING IP.
2.Only way to know true absolute reference in SEO is use a tool like Mike's Keyword Checker (free) or SEOmoz (paid).
3. Match Mike's or SEOmoz with your Google Analytics to see the VALUE of being #1 (how much traffic your website received).
All of that said, I still fire Mike's at critical keywords to see where we stand. It is helpful to be able to trend especially not that "Not Providing" is climbing past 50% (Not Provided in GA is the growing group of people that visit your website signed into Google).
* Google Float - Google's index now "floats" based on the receiving device. You and I can type the same search at the same time and receive different results. This infographic, while helpful, speaks as if we exist in the old static Search Engine Result Pages days.