Daily Archives: March 25, 2013

Innovation For Small Businesses – Infographic

In today’s business environment, standing out from the competition and staying ahead is key to future growth. Building innovation into all areas of your business strategy can help strengthen your position. Continue reading

The Teenager That Just Made Millions Off Yahoo

Yahoo announced the acquisition of mobile-product company Summly on Monday, March 25. Bloomberg’s Stephanie Ruhle profiles Summly Founder Nick D’Aloisio. (Source: Bloomberg)

China Will Have 300 Million Android Users By The End of 2013 – Infographic

Let’s start Monday morning with some big numbers. Now that smartphones account for 73.2 percent of all mobiles sold in China, and with many locals opting for Android devices across a variety of price-points, it’s not too big a surprise that China is an Android nation. As neatly outlined in this brand-new infographic, China had 224 million Android users at the end of last year (already three times larger than the number of US fandroids), and is on course for 300 million by the end of this year. Continue reading

Gartner Digital Marketing Spend 2013 Report

This infographic highlights the findings included in the Gartner U.S. Digital Marketing Spending report. The findings are based on a survey of over 200 marketers from U.S.-based companies with more than $500 million in annual revenue, across six industries (financial services and insurance, high-tech, manufacturing, media, retail, and healthcare). The survey was conducted in November and December of 2012. Continue reading

Twitter: Profiles Of Obnoxious Tweeters – Infographic

If you’ve ever been the victim of an unfollow on Twitter, you may just fit the profile of an obnoxious tweeter. Continue reading

Tips On How To Use Twitter – Infographic

Updated Infographic from Cheryl Lawson about tips for using Twitter.  This version has updated tips and a couple of case studies. 1. What happens when a customer Tweets something bad, and 2. how not to piss people off with your Tweets. Continue reading