Tag Archives: Data

Facebook® Exchange Data Comparing Q1 And Q2 2013 – Infographic

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Netmining examines Facebook® Exchange impressions, clicks and media spend growth between Q1 and Q2 in 2013.

Source: Netmining

Big Data: Bigger Opportunities For Business? – Infographic

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Recent events have created some skepticism about the use of data. Privacy advocates raising their voices about how data is used. In the business world, most are convinced that data gives insight of what people buy next and advertisers and marketers are jumping.

This Infographic over big data that shows not only its emerging trend but also includes all the latest researches and how different sectors of the society are adopting big data for their business analytics & security intelligence.

Source: CloudReviews

 

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Social Media: The Evolution of Scientific Data – Infographic

From print media to the internet, scientists have progressed from using magazines, newspapers and tradeshows to the internet, social media, and virtual events. It wasn’t until the 1980’s, following the personal-computer boom, when science reporting began drastically changing from newspapers to the internet. Continue reading

Social Media Marketing – If Your Bet Is “Data” You Are Doing It Wrong

Social media has turned into one of the major tools for marketers across industries. Whether you market B2C or B2B, social media is one of the major channels marketers use. Social media appears to be a very complex tool and the majority of those active on the various platforms are still struggling to maximize their efforts and increase ROI’s. Continue reading

Optimizing Your Content on Pinterest and Instagram: 8 Data-Based Tips

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zEven though the two most popular social networks to emerge in the past few years (Instagram and Pinterest) revolve around visual content, there isn’t much data about what content performs best on these platforms. Because Instagram and Pinterest revolve around visual (not textual) content and their APIs are difficult to access, it can be challenging to research these networks. Continue reading

Marketing Metrics Overload: What Really Matters – Infographic

Don’t Get Caught Up In The Data Madness

Data and metrics are everywhere these days, making it easy to compile numbers on nearly any topic, from email marketing and lead generation to social media and digital campaigns. But often these marketing metrics are not actionable and can lead to misinformed business decisions. It is important to keep in mind that in excess, metrics may become cumbersome, overburdening, and may even lead to a false sense of success. Continue reading

Data-Rich and Insight-Poor Marketers: Seems Change Is Not On The Horizon – Infographic

How do marketers plan on using customer data to make informed marketing decisions this year? That’s what we were wondering. So, we recently partnered with Infogroup Targeting Solutions to survey more than 700 marketers at Forrester Research’s eBusiness Forum and the DMA2012 Annual Conference.  Continue reading

Economic Data: Are We Over The Hill?

Max Logo Thumb 100 8625130397_dc524b1105_tWhat a though five years we have seen since the financial crisis hit the fan. While over the past 6 – 12 months I had the feeling things are getting slightly better, I hesitated to come out and make a stand with my opinion. This morning, after looking at the newest statements regarding jobless claims and other economic data, I finally take a shot and make a statement. Continue reading

Permission Slips: Do You Know What You Are Sharing? – Infographic

Facebook users have scanned with MyPermissions to find out what third party apps and websites have access to their information and just what permissions they have granted. We’ve created this infographic to show you what the truth is about the data that is collected and the access you’ve granted. Continue reading

The Problems With Strategic Planning (Some Of Them)

Hannibal Smith, the fearless leader of the A-team, always loved it when a plan came together and on that campy ’80′s TV show, they always seemed to, no matter how intricate and contrived. It seems quaint now. In the real world, things rarely happen as we imagine they will.

As Mike Tyson, another icon from the ’80′s liked to say, everybody’s got a plan until they get hit and, like it or not, we all get hit, usually sooner rather than later. When that happens, as it inevitably always does, even our best laid plans go awry. Continue reading

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In a great article published last week, Stan Woods of Velocity Partners offered his thoughts on how fast marketing has developed over the past few months, and the new marketing roles this change has created.

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Data is everywhere! Take a look at the data that is being produced throughout the world and where there is an opportunity for your business to dominate.

Is Big Data The New “Big Brother”? – Infographic

How much information do you believe Facebook (FB) has on you? What about Google (GOOG) and LinkedIn (LNKD). A lot, clearly. These websites track our every click, adding the information to a gigantic and ever-growing database. Continue reading

Data Breach Review: When, Where, How – Infographic

Verizon’s 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report covering the year 2011 gives a very thorough statistical analysis of the global security state. According to the study, there have been 855 breaches worldwide in 2011, involving more than 174 million compromised records. We’ve looked through the 90+ pages of the report and prepared an easy-to-understand infographic showing the study’s most important statistical data and conclusions, which we hope will be of use to business managers in all industries. Continue reading