Word of mouth may still be one of the best methods to get business, but in our age of social media the types of social interactions that businesses may encounter has completely changed. One person used to be restricted to sharing a bad experience they may have had with your company to several people at a time, today that same person has the ability to share with millions in an instant. With changes this big a business has to learn to respond to these social interactions to stay ahead of the game. The University of Ohio’s online MBA program have created the following infographic to share several examples, statistics, and the dos and don’ts associated with responding to your consumers appropriately.
Email marketing vs social marketing. Given that your target audience is almost guaranteed to be found on Facebook, and given that those same Facebook users have email accounts, why take an ‘either or’ approach to deciding between whether email marketing or social media marketing? You can do both and benefit from the strengths of each.
This info-graphic compares two well known social networks, Snapchat and Facebook. One is just over 10 years old while the other is still in its infancy. Both are successful but Snapchat is yet to turn a profit.
We now spend more time looking at our smartphone than with our partner
In an age where we document almost every aspect of our lives on social media, we often wonder the reasons behind why and what we tweet. The psychology of Twitter is a crazy thing, and this infographic helps to explain a few reasons behind it.
This infographic is all about WhatsApp. The messaging application turned 5 this November and it has been quote the journey.
Giant tech mavericks Facebook and Google are at war. They are ferociously vying for YOUR attention! Their weapons of ensnarement are apps, social media platforms, gadgets, and ads. While they both spend billions on innovations and top-notch talent, their strategies for rising to the top are different. This infographic delves into the timeline of Facebook and Google’s battle for digital domination.
The devil’s always in the details, and getting the seemingly little things done on your LinkedIn profile is one of those little things that pays off bigtime. Find out what you can do today to make your profile not only more visible, but also a lot more attractive to potential business contacts or employers.
The internet is fast and growing, it has changed the way of life for many people. Access to the internet has become easier today, with the help of modern technology, internet access is now one click away – desktop computers, laptops, mobile phones, tablets and phablets. Access on the internet for many is like an air for their breathing, they can’t live without it. Indeed internet is an information highway, a big open space for people all around the world to use.
Enter social media, a very easy networking and communication tool. It allows people to stay connected to their friend and family even if they are on a distance. Indeed it has changed our daily lives.
The problem with the internet and social media, it can get out of control. Our kids are now more accessible to abusive content which might harm them more than help them. So how do we control our kids and protect them from the dangers?
Here are eight social media rules that kids should follow (created by afterschool.ae, the leading resource of after school activities in Dubai):
Pinterest is one of the fastest growing networks. Yet a lot of small businesses are hesitant to build a presence there. To build this infographics, we interviewed 8 small businesses about their Pinterest experience. Our goal was to find brands that not only successfully grow a presence their, but also use the network to build a deeper connection with customers. Each tip illustrates one of the brands’ core strategy and can easily be applied to your own business.