All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Infographics’

These 2 Infographics Should Greatly Help You With Your Social Media Strategy

These 2 Infographics Should Greatly Help You With Your Social Media Strategy

Businesses have long struggled with how to get social media “right,” and it’s only getting more complicated as more and more services and tools become available. For example, we recently looked at some strategies for taking advantage of Twitter’s new Periscope app. It never ends, does it? Either way, there are a couple of interesting infographics making the rounds, which …

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Online Sellers Should Look At These Pinterest Shopping Stats

“The results are in: if you sell online, you should be on Pinterest,” says Shopify social media manager Dayna Winter. But you already knew that, right? In case you didn’t, Shopify has a new infographic out further highlighting the importance of Pinterest to online sellers. It makes use of data from a partnership between Shopify and Pinterest as it relates …

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Infographic Looks At Rapid Evolution Of Technology

Commissioned News Story (Source: Technology Services Group) Do you ever just take a minute to think about how much better your life has become as a result of advances in technology, and how quickly these advances have actually been made? Just think. Only twelve short years ago, floppy disks were still standard for storing data, and smartphones as we know …

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Google Universal Search Trends You Should Be Paying Attention To

The appearance of Google’s Product Listing Ads (PLAs) in search results grew by 118% throughout last year, according to a new study by Searchmetrics. The study also found that video results are blended into 55% of keyword search results ‒ with four in five of the videos coming from YouTube. Have you been seeing more results from Google services lately? …

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ShareThis Study Looks At Pinterest And Purchases

ShareThis has a new report out combining third-party purchase data and its own social data to examine the value of a pin on Pinterest. “Pinterest’s recent valuation at $11 billion and growing international user base further solidify it as a valuable place for brands to connect with consumers at critical moments of purchase intent,” a spokesperson for the company tells …

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A Clearer Look At Mobile Ad Viewability

The subject of ad viewability continues to be a contentious one throughout the industry, and many are simply confused by various elements of the debate, and rightfully so. It’s pretty confusing. There are so many factors and parties that come into play it’s pretty much a big mess. There are organizations trying to change that, but in some cases, it’s …

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Franchise SMBs To Spend 1/2 Of 2015 Ad Budgets Online

Franchise small and midsize businesses plan to spend about half of their annual ad budgets on digital, according to a new report from BIA/Kelsey. It found that these businesses, on average, spent $87,165 on advertising and promotion during the 12 months ahead of the survey, which is up from $57,072 the year prior. On average, they spent 39.1% of their …

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Infographic: The Launchpad To Career Growth

This post brought to you by National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation . The content and opinions expressed below are that of WebProNews. The restaurant industry has some amazing career statistics to show for itself, and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation recently conducted a study that highlights some of them, including stats that illustrate competitive pay and pay increases throughout …

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Here’s the Unsurprising Average Face of a CEO

What does the average face of a CEO look like? Exactly how you think it would, for the most part. Coupon company SumoCoupon used morphing technology to create composite images of the “average” face of male and female CEOs across 10 different industries. The project took from over 400 faces. At a glance, there’s not much difference between the average …

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Yelp: 8 In 10 Americans To Shop Local For Holidays

Yelp commissioned Nielsen to field a consumer survey on where Americans intend to do their holiday shopping this season and what gets them shopping at local businesses. According to this, eight out of ten are likely to shop at local businesses during the holiday season, and about half of the local shoppers expect to spend over $100 at small businesses. …

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Infographic: Do The Math

This post brought to you by National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. The content and opinions expressed below are that of WebProNews. The restaurant business might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to great jobs, but it should be. You won’t believe some of the numbers that prove how great it really can be for people …

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This Way To The American Dream

This post brought to you by National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. The content and opinions expressed below are that of WebProNews. The restaurant business is the business to be in for young people looking to get ahead, it would seem. Luckily, it’s an incredibly common first job for teenagers all across the country. With the economy in the shape it’s …

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