Did you know that 94 percent of recruiters use social media to source potential candidates?
Almost two in five (37 percent) of firms do the same thing. Which means that your social media profiles – and, specifically, what you say and how you behave on them – have never been more important.
This infographic from Ciphr presents a wealth of tips on how to optimise your Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook profiles to boost your chances of securing employment.
Infographic Source: http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/social-media-job-guide_b54646
One of the most important decisions of a college student’s career is selecting a major. And there are a lot of options for undergraduate students today. From biochemistry to marketing, most students have dozens – if not hundreds – of disciplines to consider. If your transcript currently says your major is “undecided” or “undeclared,” check out this “Major Decisions” infographic to discover the best college majors, job statistics, highest-paying college degrees and career paths.
Infographic provided by: http://blog.nationwide.com/major-decisions-infographic/Read More
I never understood why some of my friends would spend 30 minutes-plus on their laptops, poring over the shoes at Asos.com or checking out the books on Indigo. After minutes of agonizing indecision between this item or that, they would simply abandon their entire purchase, no questions asked.
Well, here’s a bit of insight on what e-commerce customers are thinking when they’re shopping online. For your marketing quick fix today, here’s an infographic on the psychology of consumers who browse e-commerce sites. It points out different factors in an e-commerce site’s success, like how fast the site loads, the site’s design, and whether its product videos can grab any attention.
To see the infographic, click on the image below to enlarge it. (Thanks to VoucherCloud for passing it along).Read More
Let’s be honest: You watch the Super Bowl as much for the ads as for the football. And the always hotly anticipated ads make for great conversation, both in real-life and on social media. Social influence marketing platform Crowdtap polled 1,000 men and women to find out how consumers will be sharing Super Bowl ads before, during, and after the big game Sunday.
The key takeaways from Crowdtap’s infographic below were:
- One out of four viewers will post about Super Bowl ads on social media before the game.
- Facebook will dominate gametime activity, with 55.8 percent of respondents posting on Facebook about the Super Bowl during the game. The next most likely digital action is sending a text message (41.5 percent), followed by a phone call (28.1 percent). Only 25.1 percent of respondents said they’ll be tweeting about the Super Bowl. That’s a significant difference: More than one-half of respondents will post on Facebook about the Super Bowl, while only one-quarter will tweet.
- 62.2 percent of viewers will rewatch ads after the Super Bowl.
- After the game, 73 percent of respondents will follow brands on Facebook or Twitter, and 27 percent will follow teams on those channels.
Readers: Do you plan to post on social media about the Super Bowl before, during, or after the game?Read More
ToxicFox.co.uk put together a infographic that provides a humorous alternative to the usual Valentines Day Facts infographics where the details are made up and all the more hilarious!