Standing Still is Still Falling Behind

July 15, 2014

Technology has made businesses more efficient and effective, however a lot of people are still working on old technology. This infographic provides information about what old technologies people are using and what technology they need to use. Source

Small Business and Marketing

July 15, 2014

Small business owners are an incredibly diverse group of people who know a lot about their chosen fields. Slightly less than half of all small businesses have more than one owner, and sixty percent of small business owners have worked in their industry for more than 20 years. Source


The Future of Marketing: Blogging and Social Media

July 12, 2014

This infographic provides information for social media and blogging as a tool for small business. It provides statistical data for how many businesses in the U.S use social media and marketing to promote their business, how the rate is going to grow and what social media sites business are predominantly using. Source


Your First Date With Online PR

July 12, 2014

So here’s the thing, marketing is important. And although we all know this, what you may not know is why you need to market yourself. Entering the world of websites, social media, and mobile phones can seem overwhelming and you might even wonder if it’s really worth it–it is! The average consumer is turning to […]


Technology Trends

July 8, 2014

From one home life and one work life to ONE LIFE. Technologies, tools and trends have shifted the way we live and work. Check this out. Source


When ROI Represents the Realization of Influence

July 8, 2014

In many ways, performance metrics are a subset of influence. And, influence is an underestimated or misunderstood business purpose. Influence is the ability to cause effect or change behavior. And as you think about ROI, think beyond numbers. Source


Viral Marketing Vs Spreadable Marketing

June 28, 2014

In this loop there is only one voluntary action, the decision to interact with the campaign. Everything else is involuntary. A user’s very participation propagates the campaign. Source


The Meteoric Rise of Twitter

June 25, 2014

Twitter has only been around for about five years but its rise to pop culture phenomenon was a quick one. Now, politicians, actors, singers and sports stars use it as a sounding board to promote projects and share their opinions. Companies and brands have also gotten onboard and use it to run contests and promote […]


Going Local: The Rise of Geo-Targeting and Location-Based Services

June 18, 2014

Going local. This informative infographic looks at the rise of geo-targeting and location-based services and charts their rise in popularity. It also looks at competing companies and what each location-based service offers. Source


Saluting Small Business

June 7, 2014

We don’t talk about how to help our merchants get bigger and better on this blog much but we definitely should. Without the hard working, dedicated folks who have set out to open up shop and serve their communities we wouldn’t be here. Source


Twitter Showdown: Mashable versus TechCrunch

June 5, 2014

See how Mashable and TechCrunch fare in a head-to-head Twitter showdown, weird style. Source


500 Facebook Facts You May Not Know

June 4, 2014

What started out as a way for Harvard students to connect and rate each other has now become one of the fastest growing sites among women over the age of 55. Yes, more likely than not, your mom is on Facebook (whether you like it or not). This infographic shares this fun statistic as well […]