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Posts Tagged ‘Infographic’

In Honor Of July 4th, A History Of The Right To Privacy In America [INFOGRAPHIC]

July 4th weekend is the perfect time to take a look back at the history of the right to privacy in America.

With the recent NSA scandal, and Twitter’s standout status as protector of its users’ security, in mind, safe VPN provider Hotspot Shield assembled the following infographic.

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Twitter Users Visit B2B Tech Sites More Than Average Internet Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

More B2B companies than ever are working to leverage the power of social media in 2013.

A full 91% of B2Bs are currently using social content to generate new leads and drive traffic to their websites.

The following infographic by Momentum examines the top objectives of B2B social marketing, the networks B2B marketers are using most (80% are on Twitter), and more.

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The Social Media Conversation Prism [GRAPHIC]

Since 2008, media strategist Brian Solis has been crafting an annual Conversation Prism alongside digital design agency JESS3 to convey the array of social media choices available to marketers.

The 2013 version, understandably the most complicated yet, resembles a kaleidoscope. Check it out for yourself, below.

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Just How Much Money Do The Creators Of Viral Videos Make? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Viral YouTube videos are no longer one-time flukes.

Now an entire industry surrounds YouTube stars – JennaMarbles, the third most popular channel on YouTube, earned almost $350,000 in one year from ad revenue – and Twitter plays a critical role in that by facilitating the spread of viral content.

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How We Shop In 2013 [INFOGRAPHIC]

E-commerce has exploded, with 98% of retail brands present on Twitter and 81% of shoppers directly influenced by posts from friends on social media platforms.

In addition, ExactTarget posits that a retailer using big data to its full could increase operating margin by more than 60%.

No wonder U.S. online retail sales are expected to hit $370 billion by 2017.

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Social “Meow”-dia, As Explained By Cats [INFOGRAPHIC]

Seeing as the Internet is the reign of cats – from Grumpy Cat to Kitler to the cat that started it all, I Can Has Cheezburger’s Happy Cat – it’s only fitting that cats should be the ones to explain what social media is.

And that’s just what Avalaunch Media has created. Check out the infographic below, which describes every major social platform in the context of cats.

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Animals Have Taken Over Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you’ve spent even just a few minutes browsing Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, or Instagram, you’ve undoubtedly seen an image of a cat with a clever caption.

Or a Pomeranian. Or a llama.

There is even, God help us, a social network just for cats.

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How Burglars Are Using Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

With the rise of social media, burglars have easier access to specific information regarding homeowners than ever before.

More than 75% of burglars reportedly use Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare to target potential properties. But that doesn’t mean you can’t protect yourself.

The following infographic, issued by the UK’s Distinctive Doors, takes a look at all the ways burglars utilize social media, and therefore what you should be doing to secure your property.

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The Digital Future Of Global Retail Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

Online shopping is the way of the future, and retailers across the globe must keep in step with that trend.

ExactTarget created an infographic that looks at where the global retail marketing field is headed, including future customers’ purchase journey, the need for multi-channel marketing, the growing emphasis on mobile, and big data.

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The Internet: Then Vs. Now [INFOGRAPHIC]

In just one minute on an average day, 700 videos, 28,000 Tumblr posts, 100,000 tweets and more than 34,000 Facebook likes hit the Internet.

And with Internet traffic expected to quadruple by 2014, these numbers aren’t slowing down any time soon.

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