INFOGRAPHIC: Do you know why your Employers are using Social Media?

If you are wondering why your Employer is using various platforms, then this infographic can help you to understand. 53% employers have a policy on the use of social media, whereas 42% employers say “No” to use of social media in the work place.

Find out Why Employers Like Social Media on the Infographic below.



Source: Mashable

INFOGRAPHIC: All about Facebook “Likes”

A wonderful infographic which reveals why a customer “likes” and subscribes to a particular brand page. It becomes important for all the brands to monitor eventually why a customer unlikes a page and even goes to the extent of unsubscribing from the news letters.

Some reasons:

1. The information is no longer relevant to them.
2. Too many information or updates from the brand page.
3. Bad experience with the business.

This infographic also tells you what to do, inorder to retain those customers.




Source: Saleschase

INFOGRAPHIC: All about the Mobile World and the Advertisers.

Do you know by 2015 the number of mobile users? It’s expected to cross a little over 2 billion! And here’s a world full of opportunities for the advertisers who would like to cash in on the users to advertise and sell their products. This is clearly evident from the fact that the traditional cell phones are being out smarted by the smartphones.

Google is the BIG Boss in mobile advertisements now, but who knows what there in store for Google by 2015. Google is also trying to figure out  who are responding for what kind of advertisements. And there’s going to be a burst in the rise of the “QR Codes”, where a survey taken recently reveals that almost 50% of the smartphone users have scanned “QR Codes” for various reasons, and imagine the usage of QR Codes by 2015. More on the Infographic below.




Source: Mashable

INFOGRAPHIC: Paradigm shift of Marketers on Social Media!

Yes, we have to say there is a paradigm shift that has happened to the marketing folks. When social media started buzzing, they were skeptical to spend on this medium and recently this has changed according to a  survey conducted.

Interesting findings :-
  1. 64% feel that social marketing will eventually produce ROI –  What a paradigm shift!
  2. 6% say social marketing is unlikely to produce ROI! 
But how do marketers measure their success in social media? Find out on the Infographic below.


Source: Pagemodo