2012 B2B Marketing Trends – Infographic

Topics in this Infographic/Article: Search, Organic Search, B2B Marketing, Traffic, Lead, Social Media, Online Marketing

We released our 2012 B2B Marketing Benchmark Report, and we decided to create an infographic that will highlight some of the more interesting data points we found during our analysis. Continue reading

What Global Leaders Tweeted About At The WEF In Davos – Infographic

WEF, Davos – What do 2,500 of the world’s most influential leaders do at an annual soiree? Play with their smartphones, of course.

At the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, last week, about one-third of the forum’s delegates used social media to carry on the conversation. Social media activity peaked during UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s speech about G8 priorities. Continue reading

Facebook Isn’t Growing Fast Enough to Support Its Stock Price

Is Facebook growing fast enough? – Mark Hulbert – MarketWatch.

Facebook Inc.’s revenue is growing at a fast pace. But it isn’t growing fast enough to support the social network’s current stock price.

Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) released its latest quarterly earnings after the close on Wednesday — reporting quarterly revenue of $1.59 billion. That brought revenue for all of last year to $5.1 billion. Continue reading

New York City Impressions – Part 1

New York City Impressions by ©TheMainStreetAnalyst – NYC, Skyline, 9/11 Memorial Park, Brooklyn, Dumbo. See more pictures on Instagram and Flickr. Continue reading

10 Tips For An Outstanding Pinterest Brand Page

10 Tips to an Outstanding Pinterest Brand Page – Salesforce Marketing Cloud. By Mitt Ray

A good brand page is a basic necessity for successfully promoting your business on social media platforms like Pinterest. A good brand page will help build your presence, attract followers, and generate sales and leads. Continue reading

The Growth Of Mobile Trading – Infographic

The online trading revolution has transformed the financial industry. Not so long ago investors had to call a regular land line to speak to a live broker in order to place a trade. That all changed in the 1990s with pioneers like E-Trade and Charles Schwab, who gave online stock traders access to more information along with decreased trading costs. By the mid-1990s 20% of the nation’s population was investing in stocks thanks to online trading. Now the “Trading App” revolution has created Mobile Trading services not just for stock trading, but also for the Forex Market – the largest trading asset class in the world. Continue reading

Small Business Expectations For 2013 – Infographic

A new survey of 600 small businesses reveals the majority remain skeptical about economic growth in 2013. However they are optimistic about their own opportunities as nearly half of the respondents expected to grow their business revenues this year. Continue reading