Post-Pin-Tweet-Best-Time-Outreach.jpg (JPEG Image, 960 × 4857 pixels) - Scaled (20%) The Best (And Worst) Times To Post On Social Media (Infographic) We get it, managing your business's social media accounts can be daunting: from tweaking tweet lengths to mastering Facebook tone, to using the right hashtags at the right times.
But what savvy social media users know is that there's a science to getting it right—if you follow certain parameters, you’re almost guaranteed to get the results you were working toward. All it takes is some knowledge and forethought, and anyone can be well on their way to posting engaging content. Thanks to this infographic from online payroll company SurePayroll’s blog, we know the best and worst times to post. Here are a few takeaways for each major social media site: Post On Facebook During the Afternoon Slump Most people need some motivation to get through the afternoon slump, and for many of us that means checking Facebook. For more on managing your Facebook account, check out these six rules. Schedule Tweets For Lunchtime For even more engagement, throw in an image for 48% more retweets.
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For example: there are enough tweets written in a single day to fill a 10-million page book – or, 8,163 copies of War and Peace. But how can we even begin to grasp the scale of those figures? It’s truly mindboggling! By all standards, our culture is subject to some serious information overload. A new infographic from Delvv, an innovative mobile/search startup platform, keys in on the sheer volume of overload – and its affect on our psyche.
Most Popular Social Media Sites Review: Why Women Are The Real Power Behind The Huge Success Of Pinterest and Tumblr. And David Adelman We had fun checking social media demographics surveys from different credible sources like Pew Research Center and Burst Media and we were able to pluck out some distinct patterns that suggest women are taking over social media and we’ve turned the data into a nice infographic.
The infographic that our journalists created shows that women not only use social media more often than men, but they use these sites in more ways. More women also use the top social media sites and they dominate the visual-type social websites, which are the fastest growing social networks today. No site establishes women’s dominance in social media more than Pinterest, where 33% of U.S. women online access Pinterest (for men it’s only 8%). But more tellingly is how women lead the trend of accessing social media via mobile. What does this trend mean? We can expect more content and brands leaning towards women’s interests. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Raw data that we used: How Social Media Contests Influence Consumers. Social media provides a great many ways to interact with customers, and one of those ways is to offer competitions.
These competitions can impact customer opinions about products, brand allegiances and even purchasing habits. TAMBA, a UK-based social media marketing agency, surveyed 896 people who entered competitions posted on social media. The largest segment of participants ranged from 31- to 39-years old, more than 60 percent are childless and nearly 50 percent are employed full time. This puts to rest the myths that contest participants are stay-at-home moms or unemployed, according to TAMBA. Latest Social Media users stats, facts and numbers for 2014. How fast Social Media is expanding in 2014?
Do you know how many active users Facebook has? How fast Google+ is evolving? How many users have never tweeted after opening their account on Twitter? Do these numbers matter to you? Let me give you a quick example- A friend of mine who has been struggling to hire a PHP developer was chatting with me and I suggested him to try Facebook ads to reach out good developers based on his desirable location and other preferences. If you’re managing social media for your businesses, it is important to keep track of statistics so it keeps your strategy in-line. The infographic below covers all the latest Social Media facts, figures, numbers and statistics of 2014. 75% of the engagement on a Facebook post happens in the first 5 hours.53% of interaction between Google+ user and a brand is positive.44% of users on Twitter have never sent a tweet!
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With such a deluge of information, it’s a wonder that any single piece of content gains enough traction to go viral, and yet they do. The key to creating great, shareable content is to have the right balance of ingredients. You need to appeal to the right emotions, choose the right format and length, and have the right visuals. Did you know that, although short form content is more popular among content marketers, articles between 3,000 and 10,000 words get the most shares? This infographic provides all the data you need to formulate your own viral-ready content.
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