LinkedIn is one of the biggest social networks out there as at the 21st December LinkedIn estimate that they have around 187 million members. It’s been a busy year for the professional community based company, including launching new profile pages and a new homepage.
2012 has seen a good deal of growth for LinkedIn and has seen an 87% increase in users over the last 20 months. Here I take a look at some of the most interesting content that has been published as the company marks 10 years since it’s initial ‘front room’ inception.
I found this great infographic by Help Scout over on the Social Mouths blog. Psychology is a topic that I find especially interesting particularly as a marketer looking into why consumers behave the way they do! It always amazes me how simple tips such as setting a minimum donation can create such an impact.
Check out the 10 ways to convert more customers using psychology below:
I get quite a bit of traffic to my Facebook timeline post, so i thought it might be good to show you this neat infographic from Hubspot called the ‘6-Step Cheat Sheet to the Facebook Business Page Timeline Design’.
This is a fantastic infographic on the value that brands can achieve from videos and photos. MY favourite stat is wihtout doubt that Instagram is on pace to overtake Facebook’s growth!
In a survey conducted by Powwownow using online poll company Toluna, remote working is most definitely the way to go according to employees.
The biggest gain from remote working in my opinion is the travel time. There’s nothing worse than a stressful commute and half of those surveyed agreed with me. You can read more about the survey and findings on the Powwownow blog.
If you’ve seen any other good business or marketing related infographics, then feel free to contact me.
Something which has been in the public eye for the ast couple of months is mental health. I saw the following infographic on Mashable on Friday which was created by Help For Depression. The infographic shows how we use the social network to share our feelings and the reaction that these statuses receive.
The survey found that positive updates receive more likes, while negative statuses get more comments. There are also some interesting findings regarding the words people use and how these change depending on your friend count.
We all know that mobile search is big and that having a mobile presence is vital, or at least you should know that! These stats from SKYRKT.com give an insight into why you need mobile friendly websites for your.
The infographic that can help save your life, this takes a great approach to information on Breast Cancer, loads of fun facts about a serious issue on here, nice one CoppaFeel.
Social commerce is a big talking point at present, particularly now that brand pages have been released across most social media sites – Facebook, G+ and recently Twitter.
This infographic by tabjuice.com gives us some insight into the consumer buying behaviour for social commerce.