With another month closing on us, we thought it would be a good idea to take a look at what caught our reader’s eye. In this last month infographics stole the show yet again. Also, we had some interesting best practice cases which were well received.
We tried a lot of videos to our content and pull out some insights from Internet Week in NewYork and Conference on Future of Web Design in London. But, we have experienced that infographics have always been the best read on our list. Maybe its better to say it as an image, which is more exciting and easy to absorb.
Here are some of the most popular posts from our blog from the last 30 days.
Catching up with the weekend mood, I thought it would be a good idea to post something cool and interesting which has caught a lot of eye balls in social media and of course, made heads turn! So, what’s better than Lady Gaga’s social media campaign for the release of her album ‘Edge of Glory’. Read Full Post »
Some time ago, we had a guest post on our blog stating how social media is not a cheaper alternative, even though many marketers think it doesn’t cost much. Of course, it’s free to establish a presence on social networks, but if you want to do it right and hire the right people to help. Read Full Post »
I found this interesting infographic on SocialWayne.com which gives an in-depth overview of Twitter. After a lot of integrations and updates, the social networking site looks even more exciting and upcoming. The infographic provides good insight into what kind of people are active on Twitter as well as the information they post or look out. Read Full Post »
The Facebook platform is always on the move with new features and functionalities coming in and being launched, often with short notice. For those handling and being responsible for social media activities, it may be a challenge to keep pace and know handle the changes. Read Full Post »
More companies are moving their marketing efforts online and seeking to expand their reach in the web sphere. Here, social media naturally plays a great role and this means that the budgets allocated to content marketing are growing. Instead of using only traditional marketing, content marketing has become popular at the same time as it. Read Full Post »
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