Traditional marketing techniques involve ads such as commercials, billboards, and direct mail which can be costly and dicult to measure. Since your message is going out to all sorts of people who might not want your product or are not ready to buy, traditional marketing can be like taking a shot in the dark.
Inbound marketing instead focuses on targeted techniques such as content creation, search marketing, and social media that help potential buyers find your business when they are ready to buy. This brings better, more qualified leads into your sales funnel.
Email blasts may seem like the out-of-touch old fogey of online marketing, but there’s a reason they keep hanging around: They still work. But that doesn’t mean most businesses understand how to get the most out of them. One of the biggest, hardest-to-answer questions has always been: When is the best time to send out messages?
You would think that being a parent was a full-time occupation in itself with little time for leisurely pursuits. But this infographic today proves that theory wrong, for it seems that moms (or mums if you are British) are the true technology power users. More tech-savvy than non-moms, they are Facebooking, tweeting and pinning everywhere they go, but they are also using the Internet for mommy things like searching for recipes, discounts and family advice! So, you can have both your career and baby! Go succesfull moms!
Infographics can be a great source for learning new facts and getting design inspiration. Here’s something for everyone. Design can be complicated and design can be simple. By making infographics you can practice using your skills, setting up information in a new and creative way along with educating others in a fun way. Here are infographics related to design, social media, economy and all sorts of other topics.
With the Apple release of the new iPad, the Streamlining your Digital Life with the new iPad infographic from NextWorth takes a look at the history of the electronic devices that the iPad has replaced in our lives. A true multifunctional device, the iPad has replaced many of our separate gadgets.
The digital world is converging on a revolutionary all-in-one device, the powerful, brand-new iPad. These are the iconic portable devices that led to (and are to some extent being replaced by) Apple’s innovation.
The lines are color coded to connect the types of devices in the timeline, and show any devices that had multiple functions of their own (like the Eee PC 701). Using a treemap in the iPad image, it also shows the amount of time spent using the different functions on the iPad from average consumers. The use of illustrations instead of photographs of all these devices keeps the design simple and focused on communicating the data.