Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Innovative Ways To Boost Social Signals - #infographic

How To Boost Your Social Signals - #infographic

Whether you hate or love social media, you've no choice but to leverage it. Why? Because search engines use signals from GooglePlus, Twitter and other social networks* to determine how high a website will rank in search results.

To elaborate this in detail Indian-SEO-Company created an infographic that shows what is social signal and how it can influence SEO?

And perhaps more important the visual explains some innovative ways to boost your site's social signals. Take a look at few of them.

Are You Breaking The Facebook Law? - #infographic

Are You Breaking The #Facebook Law? - #infographic #socialmedia

Since Facebook changes its terms of services with some frequency, it can be difficult to know what is and isn't legal when it comes to promotions (e.g, contests or sweepstakes.)

So how to know that your Facebook contests are legal?

The folks at ShortStack put together an infographic called "Are you breaking the Facebook law" that explains the right way to running a Facebook content.

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Google+ — Which Social Networks Are Right For You - #infographic

Which Social Media Platforms Are Right For Your Small Business?

Should you be tweeting or pinning? Does it really make sense to be investing all that time - and money - into Facebook? Does every business need a Google+ page?

Small businesses spend an average of 5.5 hours per week managing their social media channels. IT can be confusing to figure out which platforms will help you and your business make more happen, and which aren't worth all that time and energy.

Here's an infographic from staples loaded with some facts and statistics that can help you determine which social networks make the most sense for your business - and which you can skip.

Monday, July 21, 2014

25 Marketing Nerds to Follow in 2014 - #infographic

Top Marketing Nerds to Watch in 2014 - #infographic

Marketing's key players are easy to spot. We follow them on social media, we read their blogs, and we listen to their lectures. But who are the up and comers? Who are the creators, educators, practitioners and technologists that we should be watching to inspire and educate us in 2014.

The folks at lattice-engines have compiled a list of marketing nerds that currently flying under the radar and who you should watch for.

How Often Should You Post to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ — Social Media #infographic

What should I post on social media and when should I post it

What should I post on social networks and when should I post it?

To give you the answer constantcontact created a useful infographic that outlines what you need to do.

Facebook posting strategies:
Facebook is a low volume/high value network. Don't post too frequently - fans get frustrated with too many posts.
  • Minimum: 3X per week.
  • Maximum: 10X per week.
  • Aim for quality content vs. quantity.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

10 Surprising Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest Facts — Social Media Statistics 2014 — #infographic

10 Amazing Social Media Facts [INFOGRAPHIC]

This infographic from Mainstreethost highlights 10 surprising social media marketing stats that every marketer should know about.

Some key stats are:
On Twitter, your biggest advocates have fewer than 500 followers.
10 to 11 PM is the best time for retweets.
Engagement rate on Facebook is higher on Friday.
Photo posts get the most likes and comments on Facebook pages.
Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook are the kings of referral traffic.
Tuesday is the best day for sharing Technology related Pins on Pinterest.

There's more in the full visual. Take a look.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

How To Capture A Millennial Audience - #infographic

Capturing the Attention of Millennials #contentmarketing

How you can capture the generation that will soon have the highest purchasing power in history — the millennial audience?

Wideo created a new infographic that reveals the science behind reaching and engaging millennials.

Here are some key stats from the research:

9 in 10 millennials (19 - 36 years old) use social media sites.
8 in 10 post their photos on the Internet.
Facebook and Instagram are the most popular apps for this generation.
1 in 3 Pinterest users is a female Millennial.

Scroll down to see how you can engage Millennials with visuals content.

A Beginner's Guide To Building An Affiliate Website - #infographic

How to Build an Affiliate Website That Doesn't Suck

Ok, may be the first question is what is affiliate marketing?

Affiliate marketing is the promotion of a product or service through a website, blog or social media, where in the end, the publisher (as known as, owner of the website or bog) is paid.

"Affiliate marketing isn’t a new concept, but the rise of e-commerce since the ’90s has enabled it to grow into a huge industry worth billions in sales every year, with opportunities available in any niche or product you can imagine.

Though, there's no lack of affiliate marketing "gurus" proclaiming how easy is it to make money online, the truth is that the majority of affiliate sites fail to earn much at all."

So to help you out, the good folks at Whoishostingthis have created this handy infographic guide that breaks down all the steps you need to take to build a successful affiliate website.

Some key highlights from the visual:

  1. Build brandable website.
  2. Create unique content.
  3. Create an avenue for your users to talk back to you.
  4. Create a point of difference (POD) so you don't blend in with all the other affiliates promoting the same products and services you are.
  5. Use multiple methods to diversify your monetization.
  6. Develop methods to contact users without them having to visit your website (like creating an email marketing list, creating a Facebook or Twitter fan page etc).
  7. Develop relationships with others in your niche.

Friday, July 18, 2014

The 6 Elements of a Perfect Blog Post - #infographic

The 6 Elements of a Perfect Blog Post - #infographic

There are over 15,000,000 blogs on the internet, and these blogs share 175,000 posts on a daily basis.

A new blog post is created somewhere in the world every half a second. So how do you make your blog post stand out?

Take a look at this infographic from Quicksprout that shows how to create a powerful blog post.

Some key tips:

Include engaging photos.
Use clean design and layout.
Have a unique voice.
Connect your blog with social media.

What Happens In A Single Day On Bitly - #infographic

24 Hours With Bitly [Infographic]
Did you know that, in the 40 minutes it takes you to commute to work, Bitly users have created 861,000 Bitlinks, that's more than 31 Million Bitlinks created each day, and that, during the hour you spend on your lunch break, 12 Million Bitlinks were clicked that's more than 286 Million Bitlinks clicked every day.

"Bitlinks may be short, but Bitly is big. With more than 600 million Bitlinks created each month in nearly every country in the world, there is a lot of power behind this platform."

This infographic from Bitly (a web and social media link shortening app) looks at what goes on at Bitly every 24 hours.