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Fashion Retailers Meet the Digital Diva [infographic]

Monday, January 14th, 2013

A new report from e-commerce platform provider Demandware has identified a new kind of shopper. Called the “Digital Diva,” she owns more than two-thirds of fashion purchasing power and is a force fashion retailers will need to reckon with.

Based on a survey of more than 7,000 shoppers in the US, UK Germany and France conducted in partnership with the Univeristy of Arizona, the report revealed that this group, which comprises 22 percent of the fashion market, is highly engaged with fashion merchandise, extremely brand conscious and avidly uses multiple digital technologies including smart phones, tablets, laptops, in-storie kiosks and points-of-sale.… Read More

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Infographic: LinkedIn users and engagement in key business communities by country

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Infographic: LinkedIn users and engagement in key business communities by country

An infographic of the number of LinkedIn users and the percentage of engagement in key business communities in countries throughout the world.

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Infographic: Influencer marketing – some common pitfalls

Saturday, December 22nd, 2012

Infographic: Influencer marketing – some common pitfalls

This nifty infographic flags up some of the most common stumbling blocks when it comes to influencer marketing.

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Infographic: How are we influenced?

Sunday, December 16th, 2012

Infographic: How are we influenced?

An infographic about how we are influenced.

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Infographic: Influencers vs. Brand Advocates

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

Infographic: Influencers vs. Brand Advocates

Who are the real influencers in the social space? According to this infographic from Convince & Convert, the days of celeb endorsement are firmly over – it’s brand advocates that every company should be after. Which is bad news for any celebrity angling for a freebie, but great news for customers  

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Infographic of the Week: Facebook deals, contests, and events tips

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Infographic of the Week: Facebook deals, contests, and events tips

This weeks infographic comes from Pagemodo – the guys that you can hire to design your Facebook tab or competition.

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Infographic of the Week: How to run a competwition

Friday, November 9th, 2012

Infographic of the Week: How to run a competwition

Thank yoto SEO Positive Ltd (@SEOpositiveltd)  for sending us this great infographic on running Twitter competitions. Find them at www.seo-positive.co.uk   

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Guest editor 001 signing off

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Guest editor 001 signing off

At the end of social media analytics month at the B2B Guide to Social Media, we bid farewell to Adam Kettere, October’s guest editor.

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Some juicy data

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Some juicy data

This infographic from SecondSync shows audience interaction over Twitter during Celebrity Juice on Thursday 18th October. It was the top performing show of the evening, seeing almost 77,000 viewer tweets.

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Twitter is making audience measurement sexy

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Twitter is making audience measurement sexy

In the UK 27,000 hours of domestic TV content are produced annually at a cost of £2.6 billion (Ofcom). Spot advertising and programme sponsorship on UK commercial TV channels generated revenues of £4.36bn in 2011 (ThinkBox). Both the commissioning and scheduling of this content and the pricing of the spot ads and programme sponsorship hinges on one thing: the way the TV audience is measured. Success is measured on how many people are watching.

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