Posts Tagged ‘Infographics’
The other day, I had a very confusing day, thanks to my laptop going nuts on me. I thought for sure that I got infected by a virus or some malware. No matter what search I did on Google, I always got redirected to search results for “biometrics”.
It didn’t stop there. When creating a new post, the title field and time stamp kept reverting to specific data. It.drove.me.nuts.
And I panicked. I immediately downloaded Avast for Mac and did a full system scan, but everything was clean. Read More
Censorship is such a controversial concept, with opposing camps seemingly not willing to give an inch. When it comes to the Internet, censorship becomes an even more sensitive matter, what with social media giving every Jack and Jill a personal megaphone to magnify their every opinion. And, just like what that guy on TV said the other night, opinions are like a$$h—s – everyone has one. Read More
On the Internet, you can be anyone you want to be. We all know that, and many an individual has learned a lesson from not remembering that “saying”.
With the way technology is evolving and becoming even more integrated in our everyday lives, however, it seems that instead of being “anyone” on the Internet, it could be “anything”.
Welcome to the Internet of Things. Read More
What do you do for a living?
I’ve known some writers and bloggers who struggle when asked this question. Terms like “freelance writer”, “online copywriter”, “content writer”, “pro blogger”, and “content creator” have been thrown around, but whichever term you prefer to use to describe your online job, you can’t get away from one thing: the influence of Google on what you do.
Of course, we all know – and accept to a certain degree – that Google is not everything. It is not the end all, be all of the online world; still, we scramble around like headless chickens when Google (or Matt Cutts) makes an announcement related to algorithm changes, penalties, and so on. Read More
You’ve heard all the usual tips about giving your blog the edge – write quality content, pay attention to your blog design, be active on social media, and so on. You can go on and on with these tips, but I believe it all boils down to a fundamental factor: your writing.
You do not have to be the best writer in the world. You don’t need to be grammar perfect. You don’t need all the big words. But you do need to find that way of writing that will catch your readers’ attention AND keep it, too.
If you need more specific, actionable tips, here is a handy guide in the form of an infographic.
Everyone knows about Google. Everyone uses Google. Okay, maybe not the loyalists who have their default homepage set to Yahoo or Bing, but there is no doubt that for a large number of Internet users, Google is THE king.
But just how big is Google, really? We
sarcastically fondly call it the Big G, but do we really have an idea of just how big the company is?
If you’ve ever wondered about that, here is an infographic that will give you a pretty good idea of the vastness that is the Google empire. Read More
As ubiquitous as smartphones are, the market is fragmented with iOS and Android leading the fray. Of course, they are not the only players, with Microsoft, Nokia, and Blackberry still breathing.
From the average person to the blogger to the tech professional – smartphones of all shapes and sizes and OS(es) are part and parcel of our lives. If you’re curious about smartphone usage statistics, here’s a quick guide.
Feel free to share the infographic by embedding it on your site. We’ve provided the code at the bottom of this post to make it easy for you.
Infographic: Kickstarter vs Indiegogo
(via Pando Daily
By David Holmes On October 14, 2013A few weeks back, two developers, Jonathan Lau and Edward Junprung, claimed that successful Kickstarter campaigns have raised more than six times more money than Indiegogo campaigns. We need to take the findings…
Content marketing is quickly becoming the way of the future for brands and individuals looking to promote their business and web presence. Creating valuable and interesting content is an efficient method for attracting web traffic and encouraging engagement across different digital marketing channels.
But what about the little guys?
Bloggers and webmasters of small sites just trying to build their audience? While large companies and organizations have the resources to pay for web content, investing in media and content creation is a bigger challenge for small businesses and individual bloggers. Rather than stretching your budget and paying for expensive media development, finding ways to create and curate your own content is a much more feasible proposition. Below is a list of popular content categories and suggestions for adding them to your marketing scheme. Read More
WordPress certainly has a lot going for it, and themes are not the least of it. Anyone who has dabbled with the platform will know that there is a plethora of themes out there, some free, some not. The discussion as to whether one ought to stick with free themes or to get premium WordPress themes is as old as, well, WordPress itself, and for some, it is not over. Read More