I have been reading a lot these days, especially after sign-up for the 40 Book a Year challenge on GoodReads.
I should be done by the month of September and am looking to hitting 50 books this year. Thats almost a book a week, and I could not be happier.
This infographic also speaks volumes, I thought the Swedes are more voracious readers, but, looks like times are changing.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Not for a SEO professional though!
I love infographics. Not only are they a beautiful way of driving home a point, but also people remember the key takeaways from visual media much more as compared to text.
These are some interesting tips to promote your blog, and I have to say that I am guilty of not following all of them.
Neil Patel originally shared this on QuickSprout’s blog. Yes, he is kind of a big deal :-)
Team Liquid released an infographic last month on creeps. If you do not know what a creep is, then clearly you have not played the StarCraft series. I’d suggest giving it a go on Battle.net!
If you have an e-commerce start-up and are just starting your marketing outreach program, then this is a great infographic which can be of help.
Social Media can be used by organizations for ATL activities such as branding and for BTL activities such as promotions. The visual and witty element inherent in social media helps brands to sell well. The infographic above shares some stats which are quite high and make a marketing manager relook at Social as one of their channels.
For some sites such as Pinterest where the look of the product on display really matters, e-commerce becomes a natural extension. Go to any of the boards on the site and you will find atleast a series of photos which turn the social media site into a catalog of retail products.
Add to this, people love posing for pictures on the new products they have. There’s a whole element of showing off the latest purchase through unboxing videos, through product reviews.