Social media sites are responsible for us getting any news delivered to us as-it-happens. It makes us close to any part of the world. It makes us personal journalists: You have access to the details on any details, opinions and perspectives.
Yet, it also makes us deaf: There’s no way you can now pay proper attention to each piece news; There’s no way your friends’ important events and accomplishments now get the proper attention it deserves.
This infographic courtesy of Social Media Implications visualizes the information overload and productivity issues we have to deal with:
Ever thought of SEO as a game? With a light-hearted D&D flair, this SEO infographic imagines Search Engine Optimization to be a card game. It seems to propose the concept that different search strategies produce different results, and that no matter what strategy you use, there are always pros and cons. From the prestigious white-hat to the infamous con-man, this infographic features 8 individual cards with a humorous spin with the intention of spreading a bit of comical relief among the SEO community.
While definitely not a total bird’s eye-view of each type of strategy, the infographic highlights some of the more common types of characters and puts emphasis that nothing will be truly perfect. The infographic sheds to light the divide between genuine marketers and those who seek quick results with minimal effort.
Which card do you think represents you or your friends in the SEO circuit? Have you ever come across anyone who fits the general idea of one of the displayed cards?
The social web has been getting out of control: the social startups are popping up daily. Where will it bring us?
That question is the old one. We’ve been watching the social media web for a decade and it’s getting huger and more mature – but it’s not going anywhere.
It’s clear enough: the future of the web is social. But which sites are forming that future?
The periodic table of the social media web structures the social web lining up the most influential and powerful social media sites out there.
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Social media is the new hot marketing platform many businesses have started to embrace. It can work for any niche. The key is to do that right.
So we tool best-known case studies of auto industry social media marketing and turned them into this awesome infographic: enjoy!
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