When USA Today was first published in 1982 it forever changed the face of newspapers. Until that time, images were use sparingly and color even more sparingly. USA Today really shook things up not only with short easy to read stories, but with lots of photos, graphics, colors and graphs. Online today, the same thing..
We think of social media and social networks as the hottest newest things. We’ve shared infographics showing social media sites as super heros in the past and as the proverbial high schoolers. Today, Uvavu shows us social media sites as dinosaurs. What ancient giant is your favorite? feature image courtesy of Universal Pictures Jurassic Park
SEOmoz and Hubspot, two great social media firms, surveyed well over 6,000 marketers about how they use social media recently and came up with these findings. Facebook and Twitter are the two most popular platforms, followed closely by Google+, YouTube and LinkedIn. Interesting enough, almost half of those surveyed claim to be social media..
Employers who once eschewed all social media, banning the use of all networks in the workplace have now opened the door ever so slightly, seeing how social media can help promote and protect a brand name. While many employees often abuse the privilege of being able to access social media during the work day posting or forwarding personal..
Google+ has seen explosive growth since it was launched in June of 2011. When this infographic from Umpf was put out recently, the numbers were over 171 million. That number appears to be closer to 200 million today. While users of Twitter are much more likely to share stories than those on other social networks, the time..