I've noticed lately that the team here at DS has been focusing on Infographic content because it is more engaging and such a simple way to display data. Since there are so many great infographics to choose from, I thought I would choose the 10 best focused on B2B Business.
Hey SMBs how you spending your money on Social Media? Historically small to medium-sized businesses have spent more on advertising than on marketing. Obviously things have changed. Facebook is proving to be the most beneficial, showing the most ROI, with YouTube in last place. This infographic goes into further detail.
There is a high probability that you now watch movies and TV shows via the web, using services like Hulu and Netflix. When was the last time you purchased or rented a DVD? 2012 will be there year that online video will surpass alternative legacy channels. This infographic from onlinedregees.com goes into further detail.
Marketing online and via social media channels can bring great success online as well as offline. Brick and Mortars are finally leveraging what social can bring, but are they taking a hard look at online promotion and what marketing automation can bring to their businesses? This infographic by KISSmetrics goes deeper.
This infographic by ClickSoftware is titled "The State of Customer Service," but it should really say customer success. What is the different between customer service and customer success? Are they two of the same? The infographic gives you a snapshot of the customer service industry today as it relates to enterprise software.
You've seen everyone from Obama to Ashton Kutcher build brands of social media sites like Twitter. But what about enterprises? This infograhic from KISSmetrics goes into detail on the importance of building a solid fan base for social enterprises.
Build a supply chain takes the ultimate in communication. In days past communication meant paper and telephone, today it means mobile phones, tablets, and the cloud. This infographic by TextMarketer goes into the steps these technologies take to improve global logistics.
There are a number of excellent legal applications delivered in the cloud. Lawyers would seem like early adopters of these technologies -- here's a brief snapshot by LawyerTechReview.com detailing how lawyers are using technologies.
Small Businesses on the coasts of the U.S. and across major cities in Europe and Australia have adopted the cloud and brought the power it brings to our daily systems and processes. The savings this technology movement brings is staggering, but just how many businesses have moved to the cloud and what are the most popular app types? This infographic from Formstack tells all.
As more companies move to the cloud, the way we do business changes. Information is required on-demand, businesses can now talk to each other instantly and geographic location definitely does not matter. Here's an infographic based on research by CSC.
The popular buzz words going around these days in the SaaS and Cloud space are "Social" and "Enterprise," I believe Salesforce.com has coined the term Social Enterprise. How social are Enterprises really? This infographic from our friends at InsideView goes into greater detail.