During the first month of the new school year, teachers get to know their students in terms of their learning levels, where they are at with their learning, their strengths and weaknesses, and, most importantly, their learning styles. I emphasized the last point because it is the key to a successful learning journey for students. Continue
As the old saying goes, men are from Mars and women are from Venus.
An infographic from FinancesOnline.com gives that theory a bit more weight. The graphic illustrates the different ways the genders use social media and mobile.
Shopify has compiled data from its platform merchants to determine how much value commerce sites get from social media engagement, and put the results into a massive infographic.
Are you analyzing social media insights to measure the Return-on-Investment of your marketing efforts?
If leveraged well, social insights can reveal consumer opinion and trends, and can be useful to make future predictions. For businesses and organizations properly utilizing this data, it can be key to success.
By now most businesses have realized the growth potential that an active Facebook account can bring, but not everyone is seeing the results.
“Pshh, I could do that job.”
Ever utter that?
… Ever utter it about your CEO?
If you have, this is the infographic for you. While it doesn’t shed light on all of the qualities you need to be a CEO — and might be a better reflection of the CEOs who came up through the ranks in the past couple of decades, rather than the CEOs to come — you might see some qualities you and current CEOs share.
Bluehost has unveiled an infographic looking at both the changes that Facebook has made in its own advertising structure throughout the years, and what this has meant for advertising as a sector. The infographic looks at the move away from banner…
According to ADP Small Business Report, employment in nonfarm private small business payrolls rose 108,000 in December on a seasonally adjusted basis, accounting for 45% of employment gains across all payroll size groups. Gains were split evenly…