We often are known as much by what we don't say in addition to what we do say. Knowing what to write, where, is key to understanding social media. Since platforms like Twitter limit us to 140 characters, and text messages to 160 characters, we all need to be cognizant of what we say. This infographic from the folks at My Clever Agency have put together this infographic showing what to say, what to show, and when to show it all. It is certainly worthy of bookmarking for future reference.
Eight of every ten persons between 15-35 use social media with Twitter adding more members of Generation Y than Facebook. Most Millennials use 2.5 networks with 60% of them considering adding more. Here is an infographic from the folks at Insites Consulting giving us a look at what Millennials look at and where we should look to engage them.
The short history of the internet is one of amazing advances of technology and connectivity. Never before has the world been able to communicate so quickly and to so many people. Here is a brief history put together by the folks at Digital Trek showing some wonderful milestones.
The mobile revolution is here. Almost 80% of Facebook users access the popular site via mobile every month and 60% of Twitter users do as well. Even the business powerhouse site LinkedIn has seen a 250% increase in mobile pageviews in the last year. More and more people are accessing the internet over mobile devices and in particular social media sites. Savvy marketers have been targeting mobile users for the last several years with more and more advertisers seeing positive results from the mobile marketing budgets. This infographic from the folks at Unified demonstrates the growing power of mobile. Mobile advertising is expected to be an $11 billion business by 2017. Is your website mobile friendly? Are you promoting to mobile users?