Millions of social media users have made it easier for marketers to find prospects. That’s why businesses are now taking advantage of sites like Facebook and LinkedIn to build up their own customer base and promote their brands.
There are currently so many social media sites in existence that oftentimes it is difficult to know which one or ones a small to medium sized business should focus on. The following infographic takes a look at six top social media platforms and analyzes what types of businesses are best suited for each platform.
No doubt there is a lot of nonsense that occurs everyday on Twitter but isn’t this the case for any social media site? Selfies, foodie pics, location statuses, what your cat did for the day and the list goes on. But is Twitter good for business? Thousands upon thousands of businesses would say an absolute “Yes!”
Twitter is great! In fact, I don’t know what I’d do without it or what I did before it existed. It is such a great tool to not only push content and communicate with people in our fast-paced world, it is a wonderful platform for engagement. But with all the noise occurring every second on twitter, how does one get the most bang for time spent?
Pinterest has a great potential for brand promotion where companies can present their products to a large number of eager customers. The following infographic makes a case as to why Pinterest is good for business.
LinkedIn is the proverbial dark horse of social media: we all know it’s there, but few of us use it to its full potential. That is why I was excited to come across this infographic from the folks at Mindflash which provides all the essentials for effectively marketing on this very popular social networking portal.
How does one get most use out of Twitter in marketing content, products or services? One word – retweets! The following infographic provides some essential tips to getting the most out of Twitter’s retweet function.
New Web 2.0 services are driving traffic to websites, building new businesses, and propelling a shift in the way people do online marketing. Here’s all you need to know about how these new social properties can help your traffic grow.
Attention Facebook power users: Below is an invaluable “cheat sheet” created by MyCleverAgency which shows many of the Facebook shortcuts that are available. They include Facebook alt key shortcuts, Facebook new messages shortcuts and even Facebook emoticans.
From its birth just 6 years ago, Twitter has become an extremely important tool in the daily lives of so many. The following infographic takes a visual look at Twitter in 2012 with some of the most recent statistics as well as some facts about its short history.