Daily Archives: May 24, 2013

How Users Interact with Mobile Marketing Campaigns – Infographic

Mobile marketing is everywhere. The ability to run a promotion that people can interact with immediately using their mobile phone – instead of having to use their home computer – is driving a TON of conversions. But most businesses aren’t doing it right! Continue reading

Apple’s Most Expensive Computer? The Original

Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports that an original Apple 1 computer created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak is going up for auction this weekend in Germany and is expected to fetch $400,000. She speaks on Bloomberg Televisions’ “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Save Time On Social Media Platforms: Shortcuts – Infographic

Everyone is browsing through social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google Plus on a daily basis. But are you stressed up because everything on these platforms feels so slow and you want to speed up your browsing?

As many people don’t know, these four social media platforms are all having some nice keyboard shortcuts. With these shortcuts you can move faster, more comfortable and just pick up the pace. Continue reading

Daily Trends On The Web And Social Media

Keeping on top of breaking news and trends is very important for reactive digital marketing success. The team at 8 Million Stories have build a hot trends data board using Google Trends, as well as Wikipedia daily trending articles, Twitter daily trending topics and the most hyped topics from HYPEJAR, giving you a visual representation of the daily digital trends, by platform and vertical. Continue reading

Retirement Reminder – Infographic

According to a recent GallUp Economy survey, a lack of retirement savings is the top financial worry for Americans. This fear is further exacerbated by the rising, retirement-age expectancies amongst American elders.

The Bureau of Labor statistics reveal that almost a third of Americans between 65 and 70 years of age are still working! Let’s take a look at some additional, retirement-related statistics. Continue reading