“With over half a billion users, it’s no surprise that Twitter has its fair share of awful tweeters.” So purports Sivan Cohen of Conduit in a hilarious infographic that takes a look at some of the most obnoxious tweeters in the tech industry.
These days more and more brands are hopping on the video marketing bandwagon, and a new infographic from BuboBox reveals five reasons why these brands are doing the right thing. With video marketing, BuboBox purports, “people get more engaged, spend more time on your site consuming product information and eventually conversion rate will increase.”
Today communication is easier than it’s ever been before. If we want to get in touch with someone we can pick up the phone, send an email or message on Facebook or send our message in a 140-character tweet. A fun infographic from Mikogo Online Meetings takes a look back in time to when people relied on courier services, pigeons and even drums for communication.
A new visual reporting tool from Visual.ly can turn insights from Google Analytics into an infographic. Unlike most of the infographics on Visual.ly, these are meant to be used internally. Said Visual.ly marketing manager Tal Siach, “I always share this info with the entire team so they can see an overview look of what went on in the past week.”
What is your Instagram filter of choice? It is Earlybird, with its 70s-style charm? Hefe, with its vibrant colors? Valencia, with its faded appeal? Before you decide on a favorite, you may want to take a look at this fun infographic from Marketo and Column Five that will basically make you feel like a douche no matter which Instagram filter you choose.
When browsing through your Facebook newsfeed, how often do you come across friends’ posts that you just don’t care about? Who cares what your cousin ate for lunch, or that your neighbor hasn’t done his laundry in three weeks? That’s why, according to themaplekind.com, we are in dire need of an “I don’t care” button on Facebook.
Over the past month, The Harlem Shake has taken YouTube by storm, casting Gangnam Style—the viral video that ruled the Interwebz for the second half of 2012—aside. But how does The Harlem Shake really stack up against Psy’s viral hit? An awesome infographic from the content marketing strategists at Ghergich.com pins these two viral phenomenons against each other in a Twitter showdown.
Have you ever heard your phone go off eight times in a row and just known, without even having to look, that a certain friend is sending you a text the size of a Harry Potter novel? If you are starting to dread the sound of your smartphone beeping in your pocket, you are not alone. Check out the five types of people whose text messages you dread in this chart from Mobistealth.
When it comes to spreading the word about your brand on Facebook, posting good content that people will be inspired to share is vital. But Facebook success isn’t only about the content you’re sharing – it’s also about the way you share it, from the voice to the images, timing and more. A great infographic from Shortstack and Mari Smith takes a look at fourteen ways to boost visibility and inspiring sharing on Facebook.
Social endorsements from influencers can be a great way to spread the word about your brand, but finding the right influencers and reaching out to them in the right way is a skill that requires tact and finesse. A new infographic from MSLGROUP and SocialChorus, ‘The Value of the Power Middle in Driving Social Influence: A Three-step Guide to Activating Untapped Social Influencers,’ takes a look at the world of social endorsements and how brands can target and identify untapped advocates and influencers.