Category Archives: Infographics

Raise Your Content’s IQ [Infographic]

Raise Your Content's IQ [Infographic]
With so much content online, the only way to stand out is to offer intelligent content that users find helpful. But what makes content smart? Here are some key indicators to raise your content's IQ: Adaptable It can be consumed according to user's' preference. It does this by adapting to the device used, location, time, and other factors specific to a user. Configurable Organize your content in different ways like by topic, persona, categories, etc. Each user gets a customized experience when Read more [...]

[Infographic] 9 Email Tools That Can Help You Be More Efficient

[Infographic] 9 Email Tools That Can Help You Be More Efficient
Technology is great—until it’s not. Think about all the ways that email has changed your personal and professional life. You’re able to share news—both big and small—with friends, family, and clients. It’s instant contact and instant updates, particularly important in the fast-moving world of sales. But what happens when But what happens when email gets the best of you and your work life? That can lead to unproductive days, lost sales, and unhappy clients. That’s why it’s important Read more [...]

Promote Your Next Event with Social Media [Infographic]

Promote Your Next Event with Social Media [Infographic]
Need to promote an upcoming event? Use social media. Here are tips for the 3 biggest platforms: LinkedIn Launch a Showcase Page and start a group specifically for your event. Send invitations to your connections via direct messages. Publish a content post as well to spur a discussion. Twitter Create a unique hashtag for your event. It makes it easy for people to follow updates, and for you to find active conversations. Next, ask your event speakers to co-host a Twitter Chat to generate buzz. Facebook Make Read more [...]

[Infographic] How to Market to Multiple Generations Part 2

How to Market to Multiple Generations Part 2
Gen Z and Millennials may be digital natives, but Gen X and baby boomers have grown comfortable with using the internet as well. Reach these generations with the following tips: Gen X Born from 1965 to 1976, Gen Xers spend more time on social media than millennials do. They download and stream videos a lot. They have a large disposable income, so they're willing to spend for comfort, which is something they value. But they're busy people, so straightforward approach works best for them. Use Read more [...]

How to Market to Each Generation [Infographic]

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From boomers to gen Z, everyone's on social media nowadays. So if you want to target a specific age bracket, you need to know what works for a generation and what doesn't: Millennials Millennials were born from 1977-1995. Ratings and reviews influence their decision to buy a product or use a service. Many of them are also on Facebook. The best approach for millennials is finding brand advocates to promote your business. It's a good way to establish trust, an important thing for this generation. Gen Read more [...]

[Infographic] How to Clean Your Email List

[Infographic] How to Clean Your Email List
Don't want your messages to end up in the Promotions tab or worse, in the spam folder? A clean email list will decrease your bounce rates and increase quality leads. Here are a few ways to clean your email list: Remove unsubscribers You can try to change their minds with a few follow-up emails. But if you still get nothing after that, respect the unsubscribers' decision to opt out. Otherwise, they can report you for spamming their inboxes. Most email service providers do this automatically Read more [...]

Google Search Page Results [Infographic]

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On a typical Google search engine result page, which results stand out the most? These answers might surprise you: Organic listings The top organic listing gets almost 33% of the clicks, while the top four get 63%. It isn't enough to get on the first page; you have to get a slot in the top four results. Local listings As high as 76% looked at local listings above organic listings. While only 38% looked at the local listings below organic listings. Again, it's proof that placement matters. When Read more [...]

Blog Law 101 [Infographic]

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Over the last seven years, the number of copyright lawsuits in the United States has exploded, jumping from just under 2,000 in 2010 to 5,000 as recently as 2015. Copyright infringement in the form online blogs deserves much of the credit. Blog Law Tips Copyright infringement occurs anytime you reproduce, distribute or download a copyrighted work without permission. Even creating a work that borrows from another source without copying it directly can be considered illegal. Placing Read more [...]

Instagram Facts You Should Know [Infographic]

Instagram Facts You Should Know
Acquired by social media giant Facebook back in 2012, Instagram is a mobile photography app that changed the way people share photos on social media. As of January 2017, Instagram has 150 million daily active users. Who is on Instagram? Instagram has more women than men, which explains all the posts on fashion, design, and beauty. As many as 31% of female internet users are active on Instagram and 21% of male internet users. 32% of Instagram users attended college. Where are they located? More Read more [...]