Daily Archives: September 23, 2013

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Facebook For Business: Facts And Numbers – Infographic

Why_Every_Company_Should_Use_FB_GrosocialHere are some key Facebook numbers that clearly show why businesses, marketing activities and Facebook can and should be closely connected. Feel free to use it on your sales team, in presentations with partners or just as a personal reference. We sure do.

Source: GroSocial

Twitter Marketing: Facts And Tips – Infographic

twitter-infographic_523c766565078Trying to increase your Twitter followers? This infographic can help you with that. Our goal is to increase your business using Twitter along with providing some awesome marketing Tips. Not only that we have some fun facts and you can find out just how Twitter got started!

Source: iQuariusMedia

The Benefits Of Google+ – Infographic

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Google+ is one of the most visited social media platforms. With 500 million users, Google+ can be very beneficial for any business that does social media marketing.

This infographic shows ways on how to take advantage of the platform and improve results. Have a look.

Source: iQuariusMedia

 

Email Marketing: Tips To Do Better – Infographic

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Let’s get one thing straight. Email marketing is not dead. If you think that your email marketing is not working for your business, then perhaps you are not using it correctly!

Source: Gold Coast Design Studio

Klout To Measure Influence. Really? – Infographic

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Klout is a popular tool these days. However, the value of the scores is debatable and the ways people use to increase their score further heat the debate. One is under the impression Klout measures everything, but influence.

The infographic below is presented by KloutScoreBook.com that provides valuable information on how to increase the Klout score and boost up sales. A closer look reveals on how Klout’s influence measurement can be (and is) misused just to increase the score. Klout a marketing and sales tool?

Source: KloutScoreBook