All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Infographic’

Salesforce Infographic Looks At 2015 State of Customer Service

Salesforce Infographic Looks At 2015 State of Customer Service

Salesforce polled 1,900 “global customer service leaders” about their practices. Findings can be found in the new 2015 State of Service Report. “Just a few years ago, customer service was an after thought for most companies,” says Salesforce’s Matt Wesson. “If a customer had a good experience, great. If not, oh well. Today that mentality is ancient history. Successful companies …

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Infographic Tells You How To Make A Good Infographic For Pinterest

Infographic Tells You How To Make A Good Infographic For Pinterest

Pinterest is the second leading diver of social media traffic referrals to websites. Given that it’s such a visual service, websites are always looking for interesting imagery to help drive that. Infographics are one type of content that can do well, while providing solid information that your site visitors will find valuable beyond just a picture. An infographic from Venngage …

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Infographic Explores What The Reddit AMA Can Teach Us About Marketing

Infographic Explores What The Reddit AMA Can Teach Us About Marketing

The reddit AMA has proven to be a great marketing vehicle for people trying to promote projects they’re involved in, at least for those who are associated with interesting projects (past or present), but what can this Q&A format teach you about marketing in general? A new infographic from Udemy seeks to answer just that. “Online marketing strategies can include …

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Infographic Looks At The Science Of Native Ads

Infographic Looks At The Science Of Native Ads

Native advertising is big business, and it’s only going to grow. By billions and billions. A recent study from BI Intelligence projects spending on native ads to reach $7.9 billion this year and grow to $21 billion in 2018. In late 2013, the Interactive Advertising Bureau released its “Native Advertising Playbook,” aimed at serving as a “consistent framework” for for …

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What To Do And What Not To Do On LinkedIn

What To Do And What Not To Do On LinkedIn

LinkedIn has 347 million users and reaches 200 countries and territories. Just for comparison, Twitter has 316 million monthly actives. What strategies and/or tactics have you had success with on LinkedIn? What do you see businesses doing that they should stop? Share your thoughts in the comments. 40% of LinkedIn’s users check it daily, and it’s the most popular social …

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Yelp Continues To Celebrate Being 10 Years Old With An Infographic

I feel like Yelp has been celebrating being ten years old for months now (according to Google, it was founded in October). August 6th is apparently the date Yelp considers to be the anniversary. CEO Jeremy Stoppelman wrote a blog post talking about the company’s decade of existence, and sharing an infograhpic full of stats. He writes, “In summer of …

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The Ridiculous Amount Of Stuff That Happens On Facebook In A Minute

Have you ever stopped to think about just how much activity really happens on Facebook and throughout its network of connected sites and apps? Can you really even fathom it? Can you even begin to imagine how much happens around the globe in just a single minute? Pulling data from StatisticsBrain, ExpandedRamblings, ReelSEO, Mashable, and of course, Facebook itself, SumoCoupon …

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Here’s A Guide To Email Blacklists

A recent report from Epsilon found that email open rates in the fourth quarter of 2013 were up year-over-year. In order to get opens though, you have to reach people in the first pace. That means avoiding blacklists. Return Path has a new infographic based on findings from analysis of sixteen months of blacklisting events affecting large email senders. The …

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Bots Now Outnumber Humans On The Web

The Internet is the greatest communication tool that mankind has ever invented. As of June 30, 2012, there were almost 2.5 billion humans connected to the Internet. That number has most assuredly risen significantly since then thanks to the proliferation of mobile devices in emerging markets, like China and India. Even then, it would appear that we’re still in the …

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Upgrading Your Android OS Isn’t As Easy As It Looks

You really wanted a new smartphone this year, but just couldn’t afford it. Your friends and family couldn’t pull through either so your left with your archaic smartphone from 2011. Still, your old smartphone could be upgraded to a newer version of Android, right? It seems so simple, yet handset manufacturers constantly refuse to update older phones. Why is that? …

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Being Santa Claus Is Harder Than It Looks

Most people probably think that mall Santas have a pretty easy gig. All they have to do is listen to what children want and keep up the facade that Santa Claus is real. As it turns, out, however, being a professional Santa Claus takes more work than it might seem. In a new study by LinkedIn, the social network looked …

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Bing Thinks It Had A Pretty Good 2013

As we near the end of the year, we all start to look back and reflect upon our accomplishments. Me? I finally achieved the nirvana of sleeping for 13 hours straight. As for Bing, the search engine feels it accomplished so much more. In a new blog post, the Bing team threw some stats our way regarding how the search …

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Nintendo Thinks This Infographic Will Convince You To Buy A Wii U

Over the past two weeks, we’ve seen the launch of two next-gen consoles and both are doing incredibly well already. We tend to forget, however, that Nintendo ushered in the next generation of game consoles, but not necessarily hardware, last year with the Wii U. It’s not doing so well though, but Nintendo thinks it has what it takes to …

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New ‘Call of Duty’ Stats Released on Eve of Launch

Call of Duty fans are now just hours away from the release of this year’s iteration of the popular shooter franchise. Call of Duty: Ghosts is set to introduce fans to things like military dogs, space combat, and female multiplayer soldiers. Gamers however, will likely jump right into the game’s multiplayer tonight and begin unlocking the game’s weapons and gear. …

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Companies Are Duking It Out Online For Consumers’ Hearts And Minds [Infographic]

Everybody is fighting to have you access the Internet on their hardware or software platforms. In fact, you may even call it a war. Some wars are more contested than others, but they’re all fighting to gain your favor at the end of the day. In a new infographic from KISSmetrics, the analytics blog breaks down every “war” and declares …

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Here’s The Science Behind Google Glass [Infographic]

Have you ever wondered how Google Glass works? Sure, we all know it’s a wearable computer that displays information on a small glass panel over the eye, but do you really know how it works? Do you know the science behind Glass, and how it works with our eyes? If you find yourself asking these questions, check out this new …

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Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The Galaxy S 4 [Infographic]

Last night, Samsung finally unveiled its latest flagship device – the Galaxy S 4. You might have missed out on the announcement, though, and now you want all the information in one place. Besides watching the launch announcement video, is there any other way to catch up on all things Galaxy S 4? It turns out that there is as …

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3D Printers Are Changing The Classroom

Last week, we took a look at how 3D printing will revolutionize manufacturing in the United States. Before it can do that, however, it needs people who know how to use the technology. That’s where education comes in. The folks at Online Degrees recently created an infographic that shows how 3D printing will have a profound impact on the future …

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Game Consoles, Phones Make Up The Past 30 Years Of Popular Tech

What’s popular in consumer technology? If you look at most wanted lists from last Christmas, it seems that tablets and smartphones were all the rage. As it turns out, however, it seems that the most wanted gadgets of our time move in a kind of cycle where one particular product dominates a few years to only concede to something else …

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“The Walking Dead”: Infographic Gives Fans Inside Look At Show

With the return of “The Walking Dead” this past Sunday came a record-breaking viewership for the show, pulling in 12.3 million zombie-hungry watchers as the story picked up from a mid-season hiatus. While many fans came to the show fresh off a love for the comic books (which were written by fellow Kentuckian Robert Kirkman, I feel obliged to say), …

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Use the Coachella Lineup to Check Your Hipster Level

As you may know, Coachella released its lineup last week. If you were on the interwebs at all, you probably heard a lot of “Stone Roses? Stone Roses?” You wanna be adored? You may want to stay home from Coachella, as most of the 18 year-olds have no idea who you are. Of course, that’s not a rip on The …

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Here’s More Proof That 3D Printing Is The Future Of Manufacturing

You often hear that 3D printing is the future of manufacturing. How true is that exactly? A new infographic from the fine folks at Sculpteo shares some of the finer details of the 3D printing revolution. Most people are no doubt aware of the manufacturing advantages that 3D printing brings to the table, but it goes beyond simple reductions in …

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News Was A Huge Draw For YouTube In 2012

2012 has proven to be a huge year for YouTube. The video sharing site has already looked back on a year of ads, and created a rather brilliant tribute to the biggest viral videos of the year. Now the site is looking back on the big news stories of the year, and the large role that YouTube played in getting …

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“The Walking Dead” Infographic: Every Zombie Death

If you’re a fan of the show “The Walking Dead”–and let’s face it, if you aren’t, you probably should be–you’ll already know that keeping track of all the deaths on the show is near-impossible. When the crew goes on a killing-spree it’s all blood and guts and zombie moans, a blur of destruction and carnage which at times takes place …

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Too Many People Are Dropping Their iPhones Into Toilets

How many of you have broken an iPhone? The existence of repair services like iFixit seems to indicate that mobile devices break easily and frequently. A lot of us just aren’t careful when handling surprisingly fragile gadgetry. That’s not to say that we’re always off guard. It just may be that we’re cautious in all the wrong areas. A recent …

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A Visual Tour Of Facebook’s One Billion Users

Mark Zuckerberg took over my Facebook feed last week to announce that the social network had reached one billion users. It was a long time coming, but one in seven people on this planet are now connected via a single social network. It’s a pretty big deal (enough for Facebook to create their first TV ad), but just how big …

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The Internet Is Incredibly Convenient, But At What Cost?

The Internet has made a lot of old daily routines obsolete. Reading the newspaper in the morning has been replaced by online news. Going to the bookstore to grab the new best seller has been replaced by a digital download on a tablet. Thankfully, there’s still a wide range of responsibilities that still require us to get up and go …

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The Bot Pandemic Is Hurting Online Advertisers

Facebook advertising has had its fair share of problems. Major players like General Motors have pulled ads from the social network claiming that they don’t work. They eventually went back, but others have expressed similar frustrations. One such company, Limited Run, took it a step further and claimed that bots were responsible for 80 percent of their ad clicks. Limited …

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The Patent Wars Are An Absolute Mess [Infographic]

The big news this week was a California court handing a massive patent victory to Apple. It finally brought mainstream attention to a problem that has been plaguing the tech world for quite a while now. There are just too many companies suing other companies over questionable patents. Of course, you may now be wondering about the extent of the …

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Skype Celebrates Their Birthday With An Infographic

August 29, 2003 is a day that changed the world of communication, or so says a certain Microsoft-owned communication service. It’s impact is compared to the creation of the telephone and the mobile phone as it continues to revolutionize how we communicate over the Internet. It’s up to the individual to decide if Skype really is that special. Either way, …

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