Showing posts with label Infographic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Infographic. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

How to prepare your motorcycle for winter [Infographic]

Please click on image to expand. This Infographic was created by FIX and you can find the original source here

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Social Media Elections 2012 [Infographic]

The 2012 Presidential elections could not have been more social media fueled. Each presidential debate created the kind of buzz people are getting used to on Twitter and Facebook. Each debate had it's own trending topics on social media sites. So will social media turn more into a prediction machine instead of simply spreading news and information. Is it possible to watch social media patterns and actually predict the outcome of an election. It comes as no surprise that most adults get most of their election news from social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Reddit. With Mitt Romney and Barack Obama going neck to neck in many states -- social media might actually become the fuel that tips the balance in either's favor. The Infographic below does a great job of breaking it down further. Source for the Infographic. 

Social Media and how it effects the 2012 presidential elections

Why HR must embrace Social Media [Infographic]

Social Media and its use within companies have posed quiet a challenge for Human Resources. With some companies outright banning their employees from using social media in the workplace or even tweeting and posting Facebook updates relating to work and the company. While there are others who have a more open view to using social media in the work place. There have been many instances and this is something that is ongoing -- with recruiters asking potential employees for their Facebook passwords. Giving employers Facebook passwords can be dangerous as a lot of what is personal will now become available to a professional environment. Both of which do not mix. This has prompted some college students to create an ideal Facebook profile. Check out the infographic below which goes into much detail as to why HR must embrace Social Media. This Infographic comes courtesy of Compliance and Safety.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Tips to help keep your Social Media Campaign on Track [Infographic]

Here comes an Infographic that offers you helpful tips on how to keep your social media campaign on track. The Infographic is brought to you by Return On Digital after their successful completion of their webinar - how to keep your social media campaign on track?. The tips cover Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, since these are the three big three when it comes to social media right now. A useful Facebook feature mentioned is to track what posts are most shared from your page this is helful to know what your audience likes and what they share the most. This way you can see what makes your audience tick and bring more of they type of content to your Facebook page. 

Twitter receives the best CTR - click through rate, either early in the afternoon or earlier in the week. So if you want the most traction out of your Twitter campaign this is the best time to send out your Tweets. A helpful tip for your LinkedIn campaign is to add products and services to brand pages to prove bran validity. So if you want to get the most out of your Social Media investment, these helpful pointers can go a long way in increasing your Social Media ROI. Check out the Infographic below and let us know what you think in the comments section below. 

Is Your social media campaign on track?
Source: Return On Digital

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Sunday, February 5, 2012

[INFOGRAPHIC] The day the internet stood still

So what impact did the day, that the internet blacked out in protest against SOPA and PIPA have on internet users and what are the volumes of traffic it affected. The 18th of Jan will always be remembered as the day when the internet went still and if you visited Wikipedia on that day all you got was a black screen. There were many websites that participated and to get a better idea check the infographic below.With tens of millions of participants, the blackout was the largest protest in history. Congress was flooded with over 400,000 calls – or 11.5 hours of phone calls per senator. Wikipedia's blackout constituted 1% of all tweets on the 18th.



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Thursday, October 27, 2011

What's the right age to give your kids a SmartPhone [Infographic]

So what is the right time to give your kid a mobile phone,smartphone or a tablet. The guys over at sodahead asked their users the very same question. The responses they got have been turned into an infographic and the results are quiet interesting. The poll of 1,066 parents shows that 66 percent of them believe kids should not have a smartphone until they turn 16 years old. With 54 percent saying a regular cell phone is fine for 13 - 15 yea- olds, while nearly a quarter feel that kids under 12 should be given a basic handset. 

Teens who took part in the poll also agree that 16 is the right age for a smartphone but we'll have the cell phone right now, thank you. Another interesting factor is that Dads were more likely to give kids under 12 a cell phone. Most parents would also opt to buy their teens a Wi-Fi tablet, which would ensure home use and keeping an eye on things.

Another interesting result from the survey is that face-time between parents and children has dropped by 30% since 2007. Facebook started becoming popular in Sep 2006. Wonder if there is a connection. So kids now know who to ask for a cell phone - Ask Dad.

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