Tag Archives: Growth

The Growth Of Mobile Advertising – Infographic

The mobile ecosystem is a vast and dynamic place, and it’s hit a growth spurt. Have a look at this infographic and find out how quickly mobile usage and mCommerce are spreading, and along with them, mobile advertising. Continue reading

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LinkedIn Growth Has Reached ‘Critical Mass’: Jeff Weiner

Jeff Weiner, chief executive officer of LinkedIn Corp., talks about the company’s culture, his management style and LinkedIn’s growth. He speaks with Cory Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Astronomical Growth Of US Mobile Advertising – Infographic

Mobile advertising will reach astronomical numbers in 2013. According to eMarketer, spending will reach $7.65 Billion this year. While the ROI’s on this spending remains questionable, for now, the spending will happen. Have a look at this infographic and see how eMarketer has calculated this number. Continue reading

Content Marketing: Growth For Your Business – Infographic

grow-your-business-using-content-marketing_51c8252bba1d4Content marketing has grown into one of the most important marketing tools available. Other than “data mining”, which might give you a hint on the prospects needs, content marketing done right can give you the right inside knowledge you need to turn your marketing efforts into dollars.

This content marketing infographic illustrates how we think about growing a business online presence. Continue reading

Twitter: How To Grow Your Following – Infographic

The power of twitter is being able to broadcast your message to a large following. We’ve created this infographic to share some ideas on how to get Twitter followers. The list focuses on ethically responsible ways to promote yourself. Continue reading

Pandora’s Mobile Muscle Nearly Doubles Revenue

Pandora surged as much as 13 percent after reporting quarterly mobile revenue that almost doubled while controlling expenses. Jon Erlichman reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Killer Kate Spade: How a Brand Grew 410% in 5 Years

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zIn the ’90s, everyone owned a Kate Spade bag, but after years off the best dressed list, Kate Space is back and growing fast. Much of the credit goes to Creative Director Deborah Lloyd, who gives Bloomberg’s Sheila Dharmarajan her insight on how to merge art and commerce in order to create a brand worth a billion dollars.

What’s Behind Facebook’s Mobile Ad Magic Trick?

Jon Erlichman breaks down Facebook’s earnings numbers on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Is It Time To Buy Apple After Samsung Frenzy?

Rich Greenfield, media analyst at BTIG, looks at Apple stock as Samsung unveils its new Galaxy S4 smartphone and looks at the growth prospects for Facebook. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Small Business In The United States: The Landscape – Infographic

Small businesses make up over 80% of the businesses in the United States. This graphic portrays the challenges in finance, marketing and other areas that small businesses encounter as well as how they work to grow their businesses. Continue reading

Facebook: The Ultimate History – Infographic

Read through the ultimate history of Facebook in a decade of glorious and gritty detail, from its infamous and controversial beginnings to its awe-inspiring growth in present day culture. Continue reading

Brilliant Women Make Business Bloom

Women entrepreneurs are making waves in the business world. While they are still in the vast minority, the number of women-owned businesses grew twice as fast between 1997 and 2007 when compared to their male counterparts. In fact, during that 10-year span, there was a 44% growth in women-owned businesses. Continue reading

Marketing: How To Design For Viral Growth – Infographic

Viral growth is the holy grail for Web-based companies. Entrepreneurs spend late nights thinking of tactics like funny videos, PR stunts, Facebook quizzes and other mechanics that can make their product “go viral.” Viral growth is alluring because it 1) can generate a ton of users quickly, 2) the follow-on viral-acquired users are typically free, and 3) it generates press and buzz which in turn fuel the viral loop. Continue reading

How To Build An Audience For Your You Tube Channel – Infographic

YouTube recently announced which contracts for its funded premium channels — featuring programming from chef personalities to The Wall Street Journal — are up for renewal and which are not. The video-sharing platform also said it will be adding new channels to the mix this year.

The team at FanBridge — a tool for monitoring audience growth and retention — has put together an infographic of funded and non-funded channels that highlights how channel owners are monetizing YouTube and keeping viewers engaged.

About 86% of survey respondents said they upload three or fewer videos each week, which places more emphasis on engagement rather than quanity.

“YouTube creators upload three or fewer videos a week, but are still spending a serious amount of time cross-pollinating their content across social channels,” a FanBridge spokesperson said. “Anyone looking at advertising on YouTube or brand marketers thinking about sponsoring a YouTube network would also be interested to see what to look for when comparing possible channels to get involved with.”

The infographic also shows channel owners are promoting videos on other platforms such as Facebook (85%) and Twitter (70%), but only 26% are communicating with their audience via email.

“YouTube channel owners can control email, but it’s harder to do so with social network communications,” the spokesperson said. “This means there is an opportunity for people to keep track of user base by using email and engage with them there too.”

Check out the full infographic below for more, then let us know what you think in the comments.

Source: Mashable.com

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The Growth Of The Internet Over The Past 10 Years – Infographic

cooltext615733272Remember in 2002, when computers like the Apple iMac G4 were the sleekest on the market?

Internet users were just starting to use high-speed broadband access, instead of that slow dial-up. Gone were the days of waiting. We could download a whole song in 10 minutes!

Fast forward to 2012: Computers are even more polished, and the Internet is faster. Ten years ago, Internet usage was more of a leisure — today, it’s practically as important as water or oxygen.

The animated infographic below, created by bestedsites.com, shows just how far technology has come in the past decade.

Source: Mashable.com, bestedsites

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