Did you know that blog posts of 1500 words or more receive, on average, 68.1 percent more tweets and 22.6 percent more Likes than shorter posts?
Conversely, 85 percent of people would rather provide an email address to download an ebook instead of “paying” with a tweet.
If you’re going to invest time and money in digital marketing, it’s vital that you educate yourself on what does and does not work so you can make strategic decisions on how to best allocate these precious resources. This infographic from Optimind Technology Solutions presents 30 digital marketing statistics you shouldn’t miss.
(Source: Optimind Technology Solutions.)
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