With the recent success of Korean artist PSY with his "Gangnam Style" video being streamed on YouTube to half a billion viewers and Felix Bumgardner's RedBull Stratos Jump breaking online viewing records by streaming the jump to over 8 million simultaneous live viewers, there is absolutely no doubt YouTube is the path to building an audience. This infographic by OpenSlate profiles the Top 1,000 YouTube Channels.
The world of Big Data has grown tremendously in the last 12 months, so fast in fact that most people don't know what to make of it or even really understand it. Whether you understand it or not, a whole new industry of applications has emerged to make sense of all this data, and since most data is already in the cloud, accessing and presenting it. This infographic by Netuitive goes into more detail.
This year the average enterprise software company will produce 10 videos or about 60 minutes of content. Marketers from these companies will upload content to YouTube and Vimeo with little information on what ROI looks like. But this doesn't have to be the case, thanks to the latest techniques in VSEO or Video Search Engine Optimization. This infographic from PCG Digital Marketing goes into the specifics of the VSEO game.
Most of us have spent a good portion of our lives working and playing on the Internet without really understanding how it works or how it got here. What powers the web? How does it all tie together to make the ultimate communication technology? This infographic from OpenSite goes into further detail.
If you are like me, you have embraced social media so whole-heartily that you constantly update your status, whether it be Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. In the last few months employers have focused on hiring candidates that understand the social web, but are not too comfortable with it. It is okay to post updates work related and non work related, but letting the drama of your personal life play out in party pics is probably a bad idea. This infographic from Jobvite shows you how to make the right first social media impression while courting a new job.
There is no doubt that every business needs accounting software. With so many options on the market how do you go through the process of evaluating what features serve your business best? This infographic created by FinancialForce goes into further detail, breaking down the evaluation process into stages.
Have you noticed lately that the news we read is no longer controlled by the media? Or that, we can organize worldwide movements that topple governments without ever meeting face-to-face? Social media has become the main media source for hundreds of millions of people. Facebook alone has more than 900 million users spread across the globe as of 2012. Other social media giants like Twitter have facilitated revolution against unjust leaders and warned people of impending natural disaster. In fact, so many people regularly interact online that if the Internet were a nation, it would exceed the Americas, Europe and the Middle East combined in population.
It is widely known that sales messaging affects conversion rates on e-commerce sites, but what works and what doesn't? Do button colors really impact sales? What can you change about your sales messaging to reach more customers and increase profits?
Welcome to the era of Big Data, where data means all the info that has been flowing around the web tied to business transactions, user preferences, and just about anything you can think of. It's interesting to ponder what this data may be used for or even look like when it is stored. The truth is that the data is gold that is just 1s and 0s. This infographic by ViaWest explains more.
It's been over 8 years since the idea of the "cloud" was brought to mainstream enterprises by the likes of Salesforce.com. Amazingly enough, there are still a ton of businesses that have yet to make the move to the Cloud. This infographic from Balboa Capital recaps the benefits of moving to the cloud and goes over the differences between SaaS, PaaS, and Iaas.