Tag: Infographic

‘The Sharing Avalanche’ of Social Media

Social sharing is the backbone of social media. Every time a piece of content is sent out on a social channel, the aim is to have it shared and increase the brand’s visibility. Some even say if it doesn’t share, it isn’t there! Voltier Digital & Plastick Media have put together a great infographic, with some interesting stats: 1000 people post to Tumblr…

Five Digital Tools to Boost Your Brand in Social Commerce

Online deals find website CheapSally.com has put together an infographic that outlines five digital tools, which, in her opinion (Sally is a real person), provide the most effective ways for brands to engage with their fans and improve their image. The five tools are: social bookmarking, f-commerce, digital couponing, mobile photo sharing, and gamification. The infographic lists the benefits of each tool along with an example…

Why Mobile Ads in Emerging Markets are the Future

There are 5.3 billion mobile subscribers around the world, meaning 77% of the world’s population uses a phone. The majority of those users — 3.8 billion or 73% of the group — live in emerging economies. Yet mobile advertising dollars spent around the world do not begin to compete with traditional platforms or Internet ads. As the Internet spreads throughout the developing…

Why Mobile Commerce Is on the Rise

About 30% of mobile phone users spend an average of about 27 minutes each day text messaging, using the telephone and video chatting, according to retailer CultureLabel.com. The company put together an infographic that highlights the bright outlook for the mobile commerce industry, helped along by the massive growth of smartphone adoption. As CultureLabel looked to expand its own mobile strategy,…

The Power of Pinterest

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock the past few months, you’ve probably heard about the up and coming image sharing website known as Pinterest. For those unfamiliar with Pinterest, it’s quite simple. Imagine if Flickr and Twitter had a child together that combined the image sharing of Flickr with the social functionality of Twitter. Users can upload and share…

Mobile Commerce Revolution: Smartphones & Smarter Shoppers

Smartphones are creating smarter shoppers – so how does that affect you? Check out this new infographic below to learn about the growth of mobile e-commerce, including how people are shopping on their phones, how many retailers have mobile sites (it’s astonishingly small, considering over half of smartphone users would buy something from a mobile site), and which demographic makes…

10 Things You Need to Know About Revamped Facebook Pages

Revamped Facebook Pages have gone live on the 30th March with the new timeline-based Pages redesign. We’ve found a great infographic that contains everything you need to know into a handy-dandy 10 Things You Need to Know list. Print it out and check things off while you prepare for the change.

Small Businesses Get Serious About F-Commerce

Ask a 1000 businesses selling on Facebook what they like about it, and the answer that comes up most often is – it’s easy for customers and businesses… Easy to promote products using social marketing (61%) Easy for customers so they don’t need to leave Facebook (60%) Easy to set up and maintain a storefront (50%) Easy to understand (already use Facebook)…

Who’s Using Geosocial and Location-Based Services

Location-based services have become a surprisingly lucrative business over the past few years. In fact, more than a quarter of American adults are using mobile devices and social location tools to broadcast exactly where they are, when they’ve arrived at said location, and discover who else is around after getting there. Geography-based social applications like Foursquare, for example, have managed to…

Why Your Business Must Go Social

Social media has bolstered the success of businesses, helping them reach out to more customers, raise brand awareness, drive traffic to their sites and generate sales. Social media tools like Facebook and Twitter are gradually replacing traditional media platforms like TV and newspapapers. And with over 30 percent of the world’s population now online, businesses cannot miss out on all…

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