Is paid media worth it? The research team at TechnologyAdvice have partnered with Unbounce to survey 456 Internet users about banner and display ads, social ads and sponsored search engine results. Here is the infographic. The results are sobering to say the least.
Want to know what the to-do list of a successful social media manager looks like? Here’s an infographic based on Sprout Social’s Darryl Villacorta’s to-do list. It’s broken down into daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly tasks.
If you haven’t already started allocating money for your 2016 advertising budget, you’re sure to start soon. But organizing a budget for the next year takes a little bit of extra savvy, as you have to predict what trends will be driving advertising strategies. If you lack the data, here’s a great infographic from MDG identifying the top trends to keep an eye on when working out your advertising strategy for next year.
On the one hand, there’s really no beating a set of pearly whites and an outfit that makes you look competent. However, this study from Photofeeler analyzed over 800 photos rated on their database on scales of competence, likeability , and influence and found some interesting details about what works and doesn’t work in profile photos.
As the youngs get older and Internet culture creeps steadily toward mobile, mobile technology may very overtake other methods of getting the message out there. More and more people are relying on quick messaging for sharing content, meaning that traditional email blasts and other longform strategies might be becoming obsolete.
What are you customers like this year? They are super connected. 63% of women who own smartphones don’t go an hour without checking it. And the percentage is higher for men at 73%. Millennials are even more connected with 75% checking their phones at least every hour. 50% of people check their phones right before they go to sleep and also when they wake up.
Which networks are most popular? How can marketers use them to reach a wider audience? This infographic from JBH in collaboration with Smart Insights and Similarweb answers these questions and harnesses the latest trends for marketers.
It may sound superficial, but one of the first things people will notice about a brand are its colors. Whole Foods we associate with a, responsible, earthy green, for example, and research has long suggested that the colors red and yellow put people in mind of hot meals (McDonald’s, anyone?).