Archive for August, 2013

Kenneth Nguyen Explores #Copenhagen with the #Lumia 925

August 28, 2013

What To Know About LinkedIn: 22 Amazing Stats And Facts – Infographic

August 22, 2013

The Main Street Analyst



Did you know that there are 1.5 million groups on Linkedin? That’s 1.5 million different business niches represented among the 238 million Linkedin Users. That gives any B2B marketer a great opportunity to find and market to their target market on Linkedin.

Source: Wishpond

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How using Google Images can cost you $8,000

August 18, 2013

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Use images you know you have permission to use in your blog posts or you could end up getting hit with a lawsuit.

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Creating Company Culture – Infographic

August 17, 2013

The Main Street Analyst



89% of hiring failures occur because a new employee does not fit in with company culture. Take a look at this infographic from TEC in Wisconsin to learn about creating the right culture for your company.

Source: LeadershipPeerGroups

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10 Tips To Create Better Brand Awareness On Social Media – Infographic

August 13, 2013

The Main Street Analyst

get-the-most-out-of-your-social-media_5208e567cb1a7Two objectives of social media is to facilitate brand awareness and develop your brand’s personality. To do this you need to enter into meaningful conversations with your would-be customers. Before you can hold meaningful conversations you need to produce content that engages your followers.

This infographic provides you with 10 tips that will allow you to get more out of your social media investment and accomplish better brand awareness and personality.

Source: DigitalInformationWorld

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Are Your In-House Marketing Professionals Working Hard And Smart Enough? | The Marketing Network

August 1, 2013

For years there has been a disconnect between the marketing function and the rest of the organization, especially when it comes to management understanding what in-house marketing professionals actually ‘do’.

This chasm has been widened by clever marketers looking busy, wowing senior executive teams with pretty power-point presentations and using terminology that only they understand – all in an effort to justify marketing expenditure.

via Are Your In-House Marketing Professionals Working Hard And Smart Enough? | The Marketing Network.