For maximum success, marketers should dig deep and experiment with every customer interaction point. What follows is a brief guide that outlines what things are good to regularly test and optimize—including PPC, media buys, landing pages, and email campaigns. [Read more…]
Archives for July 2011
As a nigh-obsessed daily user of Twitter, I’ve inevitably encountered certain aspects of the site that have troubled and irritated my tweet-aholic self. I’ve been using its services for over two years now. I’ve watched it grow, develop, change over time and meet its peak of popularity, all while I’ve been updating my 2,000+ followers on the filling of the sandwich I’m currently eating (cheese and ham are particular favourites of mine). But along with increased popularity and system developments naturally come things that bug and aggravate its loyal users. So, here are the top ten most troublesome things about that social networking site we love and adore oh so much. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have a yummy sandwich to tweet about as I consume its cheesy deliciousness. Omnomnom. [Read more…]
Everyone is going crazy of Google’s new social network called Google+. What would the Class of 2011 look like if it was made up of just social media companies? This infographic also compares the size of Google Plus to other social networks to put things in perspective. It is growing quickly, but it has a long way to go to catch up to the giant that is Facebook. [Read more…]
Pictograms and Viktor Hertz go together like peanut butter and jelly. Victor is most famous for his pictogram movie posters, but he has also dipped his toes into the world of stunning pictogram music posters.
A fun and informative infographic about our Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America. From the historical evolution of Captain America’s costume and sheild, to the complete, technical analysis of his weaponry arsenal, this infographic will answer the questions of both followers and fanatics. [Read more…]