Monthly Archives: August 2013

Marketing: Which Is The Most Effective Digital Channel – Infographic

1 the-internet-the-frontier-for-marketers_521f60e274419In the virtual Frontier, many marketers employ varying digital marketing channels, such as pay-per-click, SEO, social media and email marketing to generate new leads, improve communication and increase customer retention. But in this day and age, which digital channel is the most effective?

What do you think?

Source: e-shot

Wisdom Of Social Media – Infographic

80 rules-of-social-media-infographicSocial media and its dynamics are a though bone to swallow, for all of us “leaders, experts and otherwise self-proclaimed knowledgeable people”. Bitrebels came up with this infographic full of social media “rules”, as they called it. I wouldn’t go and call it rules (I found a few that if you use them you will fall straight on your face), but “wisdom” seems to be a fitting word.

Have a look and let me know what you think.


Anatomy of a Hack: How the NY Times Was Hit

Mark Risher, CEO at Imperium, breaks down the hacking attack on the New York Times and the potential cybersecurity loopholes of new wearable technologies. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.”

Many Reasons Why Pinterest Is Good For Business – Infographic



That Pinterest is a pretty good tool for business to make a cut on social media is not a surprise anymore. More and more companies, including the big ones, have a Pinterest presence.

Have a look at this infographic with good info and facts why the platform is so popular.

Source: Top Search Engine Optimization And Promotion


The Customer Service Trap: 80% of businesses believe they deliver superior customer service. In reality, only 8% of customers believe they have experienced superior customer service.


Buy This: Twitter Adding Shopping Inside Tweets

Bloomberg senior West Coast correspondent Jon Erlichman reports that Twitter has hired Nathan Hubbard as the social media network’s first head of commerce in a push to enable mobile shopping via tweets. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.”

Social Media: Building Your Audience – Infographic



Here are some simple strategies and tips to make your social media presence grow. Remember that social media success doesn’t happen over night; be committed to do it properly and the ROI will come.

Source: Digital Information World

Content Sharing: How, When, What And Which Social Network – Infographic



This is an interesting infographic about content sharing on social media.

The project was observing 3 weeks of Mashable content and how, when and what was shared and on which social network. The results are not that surprising, but pretty good and helpful if you want to establish your own posting and content schedule. Have a look.

Source: MediaRun

Communications Management And The Digital Age – Infographic



This infographic talks about the ever-changing field of communications management. The digital age is responsible for changing the face of business as we know it forever, by allowing telecommuting, full-time social media managers, and extensive international relations to become normal realities.

Source: USC Annenberg


Was This Miley Cyrus Moment Too Racy for MTV?

Billboard Editorial Director Bill Werde discusses Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance as well the business of MTV’s awards show. He speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Content And Marketing: “Ins and Outs” Of The New SEO – Infographic



New approach to SEO in the Panda & Penguin Update Era. The new way to effectively approach on-page and off-page SEO.

Have a look at this infographic and see what’s in and what’s out in the new times of search engine optimization.

Source: FuzzOne


The Perfect Marketing Pin For Pinterest – Infographic


Promote your busniess with attractive and marketing pins for pinterest…HappyMarketer

Customer Service: Importance Of Connecting And Engaging With Your Customers – Infographic


This infographic shows 5 customer service myths. One of them, “if nobody complains, everyone is happy” is probably the most underestimated fact/myth in customer service. In terms of social media it shows how important it is to connect and interact with your likers/followers/customers.

Have a look at this infographic from salesforce and create your own opinion.

Source: Salesforce


Material Girl, Still: The Business Of Being Madonna

Bloomberg’s Tom Gibson reports on Madonna’s Business Empire that spans more than just the music industry on Bloomberg Television’s “Asia Edge.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Google’s Revenue Sources – Infographic

how-google-makes-its-money_5214a03fbeb5bMiracles happen. For a company that for a long time was touted to “not have a product,” Google is doing plenty well.

This infographic shows from which sources Google makes money and what’s in the pipeline as a future revenue driver. Looks like Google is a good investment.

Source: BestAccountingSchools