The fifth and final infographic I wanted to share this week is another on social media.
This deceptively simple visual gives a good overview of what marketers need to consider when putting together a social media strategy. It’s a good attempt at removing some of the complexity that can creep in.
I also like the objectives, strategies and tactics approach that’s implicit here.
Source: Thanks to Marketing Profs for the share.
My infographic blog post series kicked off on Monday with The Social Sickness (social media personas) and Tuesday’s was Opinion Burnout (customer surveys). On Wednesday there was The Evolution of Time Management Tools (self explainatory) and Thursday saw Common Phobias of Creatives (ditto). I hope you’ve enjoyed them.
The fourth of my series of infographics for this week is this summary of phobias suffered by creative types.
It raised a smile, especially the client relations comments at the end (I think I’ve heard all of those as a marketer too). Grr.
I could add a few more, especially the phobia of DON’T TOUCH MY SCREEN!! (you know who you are) but that wouldn’t be nice.
Source: Thanks to Design Taxi for the share.
And thanks to you for following this mini infographic series so far this week, if you have been. If not you missed The Social Sickness (social media personas) on Monday, Opinion Burnout (customer surveys) on Tuesday, The Evolution of Time Management Tools on Wednesday.
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The third infographic I wanted to share this week is a journey through time management tools.
There are a lot of tools and techniques to help us manage our time better and I’ve blogged before about how to prioritise tasks. How refreshing to note that not having enough hours in the day is nothing new.
Source: Thanks to Generation Demandforce for the share.
My infographic blog post series kicked off on Monday with The Social Sickness (social media personas) and Tuesday’s was Opinion Burnout (customer surveys).
If you don’t want to miss the other infographics this week just pop your email address into the box on the top right to receive these blog updates straight to your inbox.
In the second of my week of infographics here’s one I like about customer surveys.
In the olden days marketers used use postal surveys, people in the street with clipboards and inserts in newspapers and magazines as tactics to garner opinon from customers and prospects.
From creation and execution through to collation and consideration, quick and cheap it wasn’t. Thought through, considered and pondered over? Most times. Maybe.
Nowadays, thankfully, we have ready made audiences primed and willing to converse. We have templates for surveys and advice on question structure. We have the internet to make it fast and free. Which makes it (a bit too) easy.
But, as the infographic shows, American adults were invited to complete 7 billion surveys in a year, so it’s small wonder many get ignored. The simple pointers in this visual are a reminder of how we can make ours stand out from the crowd and thefore increase the chance of completion.
Image originally posted on Zengage, The Zendesk Blog
Source: Thanks to Zendesk.
Yesterday’s infographic was about social media sickness. If you don’t want to miss the other infographics this week just pop your email address into the box on the top right to receive these blog updates straight to your inbox.
I’ve been collecting some great infographics for a while and want to share one here each day this week, since it’s nearly Christmas.
Today’s blog is about everyone’s favourite topic – social media.
Social media is part of most marketing job roles nowadays. If you’re always online via your smart phone or tablet the temptation to throw out a little tweet, post, pin or share for your job when you’re online with your friends and family anyway is huge.
Here’s a list of ten social media personas and the unhealthy relationships they have with social media. How many of these bad habits have you fallen in to?*
*hands up, I ‘fess up to one of these. Ok, two.
Thanks to Marketo for the infographic and Rohit Bhargava for the original idea.
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I have long been a fan of the very wonderful Copyblogger and love to keep tabs on their latest inbound marketing advice.
One of my favourite recent posts is this infographic with some useful reminders about keeping your WordPress blog in order. If you’re a none techy WordPress blog owner like me you too might welcome this simply laid out check list.
Right, now if you’ll excuse me I’m just off to pop the hood on this thing …
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