While there are many differences between search marketing and social media, and each has its strengths, both are essential in marketing today. Interestingly, they take on exponentially more power when marketers use them together. To identify what works best for particular goals, MDG Advertising created an enlightening infographic that distinguishes the digital supremacy between social [...]
We turn to social media services to stay connected more and more each day. But even with hordes of devoted followers, how do these social sites manage to turn a profit? Here’s a quick look at which revenue streams help major social networking companies go from social service to successful business. Via: USBundles.com
The 3rd infographic in Tamar’s BrandLove series which aims to measure brand ‘Love’ – the degree to which consumers are demonstrating their support & enthusiasm for a brand through their social interactions. Created by Tamar.com
We are well aware of social media’s grand success, but how much is the consumer worth? This new infographic from Backupify takes a look at how much we as users mean to popular sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Yelp. Source: Backupify
Social media was once considered a trend, then a time-waster – today we are seeing real numbers when it comes to social media marketing. InsideView’s new infographic shows just what this industry is doing for B2B. Source: InsideView
Social media is a growing field, and it seems more glamorous everyday. This new infographic from Onward Search explores many different job opportunities in the industry, where the big players are, and how much they make. Source: Onward Search
Ever wondered the best time to blog? Below is an infographic that represents a collection of the three most important stats about when to publish blog posts via Dan Zarrella of Hubspot.
We have been sharing like crazy in the past year. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, there have never been more places where we could ‘drop’ our thoughts, content or other stuff. Not surprisingly we shared the most on Facebook, where Digg started to drop off. And off course mobile has risen again. This infographic from search and [...]