A friend of mine (Thank you Jackie!) found this infographic cirulating on Facebook and I decided to write a post about it. It is a really helpful tool that you can use when converting your business page over to Timeline or updating graphics on your page. It features the dimensions of your cover photo, profile photo, custom tab photo, shared photo, highlighted photo and custom tab page all in one handy graphic. Kudos to TabSite for putting this infographic together.
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Memorial Day is an opportunity to pause and reflect on the sacrifices of more than one million Soldiers, Marines, Sailors, Airmen and Coast Guardmen who have made the ultimate sacrifice to secure our freedoms. Thank you to Seal of Honor for the post and photo.
You’ve spent a ton of time researching and writing your blog post for the world to see and, hopefully, share. Even the best articles need help getting noticed so the only people reading your blog posts aren’t you and your subscribers. Promoting your blog post is vital to driving social media engagement for your article which will lead to traffic back to your blog. This infographic by Divvy does a nice job explaining the steps you should be taking after you’ve written your next article.
All eyes were on Pinterest this year when it was revealed that it drives more web traffic than YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn combined. If you haven’t heard of Pinterest, it is a social bookmarking tool used to share or “pin” photos found on the web to virtual bulletin boards. The photo’s can be categorized into “collections” or boards. Think of it like an interactive, shareable scrapbook. Like most social networks, you can follow other users (like BrandLove, LLC), share their content, make comments, and tag users. Similar to a Twitter stream, you get real-time updates of what the people you follow are pinning. What’s so compelling about a website that lets you make virtual bulletin boards of “pinned” images, observers wondered, and does this service now belong in the pantheon of must-use social tools like Facebook and Twitter? Perhaps most important, marketers are asking, is this something that will drive revenue and should I add Pinterest to my social media marketing strategy? Vision Critical research in collaboration with Emily Carr University looks at the relationship between pinning and purchase. This infographic represents a survey taken of 500 Pinterest users and their pinning habits from the US, Canada, UK and Australia. Click the image below for an infographic representation of the survey results.
Mobile Marketing is on the rise because people are spending more time on their mobile phones than ever before. This new marketing world consists of words like smartphones, SEO, mobile sites, geolocation and social marketing. As marketers, we have to understand these types of consumers and how to reach them. Technologies like geolocation and mobile tagging can help us better understand the mobile consumer and deliver more relevant messages. Learn the state of mobile marketing in the following infographic, brought to you by Microsoft Tag and Milagro Mobile Marketing.