This is an intricate infographic linking the founders of alternative music to those that were influenced by them. (You can buy the poster here.) I love this with the exception of one glaring omission. The mighty Jane’s Addiction is completely missing. So beyond definition were Jane’s Addiction in the late 80s, that Rolling Stone referred to them as “art rock”. Their first...
200 enterprise execs were asked how they were going to tackle mobile applications in 2014 and this is what they said!
The internet has definitely shifted from being a document-based environment to a media rich organism. This infographic show our progress in a timeline. Enjoy!
Not surprising . . .
There is no such thing as a hardsell in social . . .
(Not sure why the preview isn’t showing. It’s a good one, I promise.)
A student sent this to me. Interesting to see where Apple makes/spends most of its money.
Mobile advertising has proven to be quite a challenge. But native advertising has shown real promise and in short, native advertising is in a medium that matches the content people are looking at. i.e. photos on Pinterest, promoted Tweets, etc.
This is a nice little infographic that spells it out. Enjoy!
This is a good infographic outlining how you should construct a Tweet. You should also use whatever is applicable as guide for email subject lines. With 70%+ people reading their email on their mobile device, many of the 140 character rules apply.