Why Your Business Should Be on Instagram [Infographic]

Four Reasons Your Business Should Be on Instagram [Infographic] Published on Marketinpros.com by Laura Forer  |  on August 4, 2017,  Email People remember 80% of what they see, 20% of what they read, and 10% of what they hear, according to an infographic by Instagram service provider Gramlike. So it’s no wonder that Instagram is a popular social media platform, and not just for consumers but for brands as well. With 90% of Interbrand’s “Top 100 Global Brands” on Instagram, and 53% of Instagram users following their favorite brands on the social network, according to the infographic, it’s clear that the platform can be valuable when it’s used well. The infographic gives tips on how to accomplish exactly that, such as noting that posts with Read More …

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How to Create Great Infographics

7 Resources To Help Create Amazing Infographics Latasha at Easelly latasha@easel.ly via easellymail.com  on 26 May 2017 You’ve taken the first step and signed up for our infographic creation tool, but are you creating amazing, impactful visuals? There’s more to infographics than moving a few icons into place, after all! See how to use Easel.ly and our infographic templates and icons to the fullest The Complete Infographic Checklist New to Easel.ly? Want to make sure your infographic isn’t missing anything? This checklist is one resource you can use repeatedly to make sure you made the best infographic possible! Before you hit Publish, check this list out! Click Here To Get Our Checklist Will Your Infographic Make an Impact? The pitfall many infographic Read More …

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Must-Have Features of Local Business Websites

Email  Print Save 53 Must-Have Features of Local Business Websites [Infographic] Today’s infographic can help. Australian website design and development company WebAlive created a diagram explaining which website elements are must-haves for your local website. What works for a big e-commerce site may not be what your local website needs. WebAlive analyzed well-converting local business websites and then created an illustration based on the results. The graphic also has reminders of what not to include on your website, including Flash, background music, and dead-end pages (pages with no links). For all 53 tips, check out the full infographic:   If you’re a small business owner, you probably wear a lot of hats. And though you’re an expert in what you’re selling, knowing Read More …

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How to create a timeline infographic

How to create a timeline infographic Published on adioma.com by Anna Vital     < Feb 1′ 17 > The timeline infographic is used for displaying sequential events and events set in time. Before creating a timeline, you have to decide on two important template points that will determine how many people can view and understand the timeline: What timeline format to use? Winding, horizontal, or vertical? How to create visual hierarchy of information so that reader actually follow your timeline? How to Choose a Timeline Infographic Format That Works What formats are available? There are 3 choices: coiled or winding timelines, horizontal timelines, and vertical timelines. Coiled timelines use space in the most effective way. Straight vertical timelines have more space for text and generally Read More …

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How to Learn Data Science – Infographic

Learn Data Science – Infographic Published October 18th, 2016 in Learning Data Science on Datacam.com by After being dubbed by Harvard Business Review as “sexiest job of the 21st Century” in 2012, Glassdoor named it “the best job of the year” for 2016.However, the stance towards data scientists has changed considerably over those four years: in 2012, the majority of articles focused on trying to explain what a data scientist is and what they do exactly. Back then, a short search on Google on the words “How to become a data scientist” showed that the concept had different meanings to different people. In 2016, this search still gives you a variety of articles and a broad range of opinions on Read More …

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Implementing AI and Machine Learning [Infographic]

Is Artificial Intelligence Right for Your Business? Implementing AI and Machine Learning [Infographic] Published by Laura Forer  |  March 21, 2017 on marketingprofs.com           The use of artificial intelligence applications in business is growing, but AI and machine-learning aren’t yet an efficient use for every business task, according to an infographic. Published by LatentView, a marketing automation and digital analytics platform, the infographic details what criteria make a task a good candidate for AI, and goes on to explain how to use AI in your business. For example, in marketing, decisions about personalized offers to customers may work well with AI, but decisions about marketing strategy are best left to the humans (at this point ,anyway), the infographic says. Read More …

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PSD2 Infographic

Great PSD2 Infographic Published on March 9, 2017 on LinkedIn by Killian Clifford Great infographic from the European Payments Council that does a good job of explaining PSD2 at a high level. One to share with senior management :). Original article here.  Killian Clifford Banking, Payments, Digital, Fintech, Open APIs, PSD2, Financial Inclusion, SME Banking, VC Advisory, Board Member 12 articles  Don’t miss more articles by Killian Clifford Final PSD2 SCA & CSC RTS released Killian Clifford on LinkedIn For UK Fintech, PSD2 may have to wait Killian Clifford on LinkedIn How Europe’s PSD2 Regulation Could Spark a Banking Revolution Killian Clifford on LinkedIn It’s only fair to share…

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How to choose which coding language you should learn first

Which Programming Language Should I Learn First? [Infographic] Published on carlcheo.com by Carl Cheo Before choosing your first programming language, you should also check out this infographic on What Is Programming And What Do Programmers Do. So you want to learn programming. Maybe you have asked your developer friends for recommendations and get different answers. They explained with terms that you don’t understand (what is object-oriented?!). To help you to pick your first programming language to learn, here is an easy-to-understand infographic that recommends the best option, depending on your purpose and interest. Details such as learning difficulty, popularity, and average salary for each computer programming language are provided too.I have also compiled a list of best programming tools and resources for each programming language, Read More …

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Data Engineering & Data Science

Infographic: Data Engineering & Data Science Published on February 21, 2017 on LinkedIn.com  by Michiel Victor, Jake Moody If you’re interested in the field of analytics, you’ve probably heard the terms Data Engineering and Data Science, but do you know the difference? Although there has historically been considerable overlap between the two professions, they are each becoming more distinct. DataCamp created an infographic to help you understand the skills and responsibilities of each role. You’ll also get a chance to compare salaries, popular software and tools used by each, and some educational resources to help get you started! Author: Michiel Victor Data Architect | Data Analyst | Data Warehousing | Data Security | Database Performace | SQL | Reporting | Read More …

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Stats and Facts About Instagram [Infographic]

39 Stats and Facts About Instagram [Infographic] Published on marketingprofs.com by Laura Forer  |on February 24, 2017   From its launch in 2010 to its acquisition by Facebook in 2012 and its 600 million-user milestone, Instagram has grown into a social media phenomenon.WebsiteBuilder.org, which helps people figure out which website builder to use, created an infographic that highlights 139 facts and stats about the photo-sharing platform. The infographic shows the top emojis used on Instagram (the heart is number one), the top filters (Clarendon wins), the top Instagram accounts (surprise… the most popular account isn’t a celebrity!), and much more. It dives into demographics, gives tips on how to use the platform for marketing, and breaks down the accounts with the Read More …

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