When infographics rocketed onto the scene a couple of years ago, everyone was rushing to make one. Like […]
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Did you know that from 2011 – 2012, unique visitors on Pinterest grew a whopping 286% from 700,000 to over 20 million? In fact, a recent Pew study has shown that 15% of Internet users are now on Pinterest, making it the third most-popular social media site in the United States. Pinterest is now even making a localized effort in the United Kingdom. Some say that it is disrupting the social media landscape but is it influencing online purchase behavior as well?
Infographics. Some people argue that they’ve been overdone while others continue to see the value that they can offer […]
There’s no doubt that Google’s algorithm is more complex — and volatile — than ever. The days where […]
You’ve probably read a lot strategies teaching you how to craft the perfect landing page. Questions that usually […]
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In the following infographic, Ocean Media presents several key events in history that help define advertising, and lead it to where it is today. Various countries are represented as they developed new methods to get information across to their audiences and helped pave the way for more development in the advertising, and promotional realm. Also featured is what future possibilities might be for the next generation of advertising.
Quick facts about Russia 143+ mln country population, 65+ mln. Internet users (only 45,4% penetration) €8 bln. e-commerce […]
For our latest infographic at Ghergich & Co., we wanted to have a little fun and take advantage […]
Mobile is taking the world by storm, and far be it from Google to be left behind! The […]
No doubt many of you reading this use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and others on a daily, if not hourly basis. However, have you ever stopped for a minute to think about the negative impacts that this kind of social media usage has on both our phones and mobile devices, not too mention our lives?
From radio, to television, to the Internet and smart phones, savvy marketers have found ways over time to be creative in order to reach potential buyers through all the noise. Many continue to struggle with the ever-expanding network of engagement, but marketing automation technology has provided a way for marketers to spread their word across an continually increasing variety of channels.
There has been a great deal of buzz about marketing opportunities via Pinterest over the last year. But […]
Of the major brands pulling out the big bucks for air time during the Super Bowl, who had […]
The cost of everything seems to be on the increase these days, with Superbowl ads being no exception. Sure if you are like me, Superbowl ads are one of the main highlights of the game but with a 30 second spot going for over $4 million dollars, one has to ask themselves is it really worth it? The short answer is “yes for some while no for others.”
Is your business providing the most responsive customer service possible? Consumers are making decisions every day based on […]
You’ve committed yourself to blogging on a consistent basis. The copy is readable, informative, and rich with important […]
As you read this, more than likely Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn are as common to you as the Internet itself. However, many have already forgotten the large social media players of the past that have utterly failed. It doesn’t seem that long ago when names like MySpace, Friendster, and even Digg were all the rage. These monster social media sites had their “time in the spotlight” but now they are long forgotten, slowly dying or even worse, drifting along with little to no growth.