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Google Plus

Google+, also known as Google Plus, made its official fully public debut on November 12, 2011. This infographic gives detailed statistical information on Google+ with easy to interpret graphics. These statistics include a good look at demographics including factors like income plus statistics broken down by gender and age bracket. There is also a nice bar graph depicting the country of origin for Google+ users with the United States having the majority of users and India having the second highest number of users. The infographic also explores the discrepancy between the number of registered Google+ users and the number of users that are actually using Google+ actively, with only 17% of all registered users being active users. Finally, the infographic presents a new feature called Google+ Pages that, at least initially, shows great promise for the business users of Google+. It also shows how corporate America is staking their claim on Google+. Click to Enlarge Guest post by Datadial.net - London Digital Web Agency
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Infographics Grow in Popularity

Infographics convey factual information in fun, colorful ways. People pass infographics to each other on social media sites both because the information is interesting and because the image itself looks nice on a profile wall. The most popular infographics are related to business statistics. Technology, social media, lifestyles, health and the economy are some other top categories for these graphics. Click to Enlarge The most popular infographic of all time is called "What Are the Odds"? It runs through all of the math pertaining to the odds that any human being could be alive on this planet at any given moment. It was viewed by over 2 million people. Other popular infographics are "How Much Can You Trust a Bearded Man?" and "Why Startups Fail." "Should I Text Him?" is another frequently shared image. The public's growing reliance on social media has changed the way people share information. People want to be comforted by facts that confirm what they already suspect, and they like seeing those facts presented in an aesthetically pleasing way. Image source: Top Marketing Degrees
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The Health of The UK Web Startup Scene

This inforgraph breaks down the state of the UK’s web startup scene, including interesting stats on how long it generally takes a company to get on its feet and how even struggling companies may find themselves as targets for acquisition by larger companies. UK companies find it difficult to make any headway in web businesses as American companies dominate the field. UK companies are looking to combat this by taking to social media more and more in order to get their message out there.  The costs involved in getting a start up off the ground are also prohibitive, as a fully formatted beta version will cost between 100 and 350K before the product is even launched. These high start up costs are not helped by London’s high cost of living. So start ups looking to be successful will need deep pockets and a lot of motivation to make their presence felt. Click to Enlarge Guest Post by  Datadial.net - SEO, We Design and Web Development Agency in West London.
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SEO The Game - An Infographic for Search Geeks

This infographic was created by Subtle Network Design and Marketing. It highlights the idea that on any given day, any SEO can win the battle for top position. Each strategy has it's strengths and it's weaknesses. In many cases it comes down to circumstance, chance and perhaps just a roll of the dice. Click to Enlarge The graphic also tries to address the tension that exists between so called white hat and black hat SEO's. In their opinion, the real "bad guys" are not SEO's but rather the large and small businesses seeking to steal in the name of SEO. No matter what your opinion is, it can be agreed that this graphic is pretty dang funny. The cards are entirely unique, and it’s a bit humorous to see how certain strengths and weaknesses can blend together. Thanks to Subtle Network Design for creating such a silly, yet informative, infographic. If you recognize yourself in one of the characters, let me know by posting your thoughts in the comment section below. Subtle Network Design & Marketing created this infographic.  Additional images and the largest version of the graphic can be seen here: https://www.subtlenetwork.com/seothegame....
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Self Teaching - Do You Have What It Takes?

Are you able to able to take on the task of self-teaching, and be successful at what you research? Research is a major part of online marketing efforts, and your ability to manage your own sites. The tools to be able to research your business's presence online are essential to evaluating the needs of your business where the Internet is concerned.There are a series of methods that you can use in the "How to Research" infographic. Some of the subjects are ideas, and concepts that you may only need a refresher on, but they are meant to help you with your marketing efforts, and prepare you to get visits to your websites with quality content and research skills. Finding the information that is relevant to your website Part of having the research skills to track the progress of the ranking of your website, knows where to start. It is an easy task to search for your brand on one of the major search engines, but it may take more effort to gather the information that you need to know what needs to be improved.There are many other search engines and tools, which are available for you to use. Each of these...
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