Marketing has changed over the past years. With technology and social media turning the tables on conventional marketers, today’s marketers need to be more versatile than ever before. From creative writing to HTML, to light photoshopping, the skills and toolboxes in marketing departments look different than they did in the past. Continue reading
If you run a website of any kind or a blog, you are concerned about your bounce rate. You want visitors to stay on your site and browse and buy or convert. Continue reading
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Marketing automation has become an important factor for every marketer. While almost a must, it comes with a few things to consider. Continue reading
There is nothing worse than walking the streets of New York City, seeing something interesting and trying to look it up on my smartphone, only to find out the website of that interesting thing is not good for mobile. Ever made that experience? Frustrating! Continue reading
Infographic Source: Syndacast
Do you know how much top YouTuber PewDiePie earns per day or why YouTube was created in the first place? Find out here!
Every blog and website owner depends on traffic that is coming to the blog or site. There are different ways to generate this much needed traffic. You can create “Organic SEO” and you can manufacture some SEO. The differences between the two is outlined below and is an interesting read.
What you need for your blog or your site depends on what you are looking for. A quick result for a time restrained campaign, or a continued audience if you intent to keep your blog or site for the longer term. However, manufactured SEO comes with a few risks. If you go too far with your manufacturing, the search engines might just ban your blog or site entirely from search results. If you look for quick results on a certain campaign you might be better off with a campaign on one of the social media sites likes Facebook, Twitter and others.
A blog or website is usually for the longer term and therefore it is the better idea to grow your audience “organic”. It takes some time and effort, but it pays in the long run.
Infographic Source: SEOSherpa
Google+ is on its way to catch up with Facebook and become the dominant social media platform. Not having a presence on Google+ can cost you, if you are using social media to promote your business and content.
Have a look at this infographic and see how you can build your presence or improve your current one.
Infographic Source: Twelveskip
Facebook has splashed the cash again. The receiver of the “bucks”, What’sApp and its owners and stakeholders. $19 Billion did the social media leader spent on the messaging app and with that, the transaction became the biggest social media deal so far. Looking at the infographic reveals some inflationary pricing, considering that Instagram was bought for $1 Billion and Snapchat was offered $3 Billion by Facebook not that long ago.
The infographic reveals a few other interesting numbers. That What’sApp is sending 500 million images a day compared to the 350 million sent by Facebook might look like a surprise to many. Have a look and see what else is worth mentioning around this deal.
Text: Vitus Feldmann – Infographic Source: TechInfographics