8 Benefits of Employee Recognition #Infographic #EmployeeRecognition

Is employee recognition a priority at your company? Many companies neglect to put in place an employee recognition program and underestimate the potential a good program can have. Research findings support that employee recognition can have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line. Owners and managers should not limit their efforts to Employee Appreciation Day or year-end bonuses but rather create a culture where employee recognition is part of the day-to-day. Many leading companies have built cultures that emphasize the contributions of their workers, and have been reaping the rewards.

In this infographic, we have outlined the 8 most powerful benefits of making employee recognition a part of your companies culture. The infographic includes statistics and explains how you can achieve higher team motivation, lower employee frustration, improved retention rates, better performance, improved customer satisfaction, increased revenue, broader engagement and enhanced employee satisfaction.

Be sure to do your part in implementing an employee recognition program that will grow your company.

An infographic by GraphicSprings.

Learn Data Science in 8 (Easy) Steps #Infographic #DataScience

With the global popularity of data science that is increasing, the recent trend in the data industry has gone from attention to the role of the data scientist to an increased focus on the data science team, together with the how and the what of data science. However, there is not a generally accepted definition of ‘data science’ and finding its unicorns is impossible for companies.

This doesn’t mean that data science will die out, quite the opposite. For now, even for those who want to join a data analysis team, learning data mining is the key. But don’t forget that companies will still be on the lookout for the unicorn data scientist.

That is why this infographic provides an easy-to-follow, 8-step guide to those who want to learn data science and to those who are already more experienced but are still looking for other resources to learn even more about this topic.

An infographic by DataCamp.

5 Best-of-Breed WordPress Security Plugins #Infographic #WordPress

Thousands of websites get hacked each day and our business is under constant threats from the hackers. However, we can protect our business and websites from external threats by opting suitable security options.

One thing is sure, that you’ll enjoy your coffee only when your business is safe and secure! Also, having a complete security protection to your website can ensure the success of your business.

It is quite obvious that you’ve chosen WordPress to build your website and now you need to protect your site by opting most suitable WordPress security plugin.

Every business is different and there are plenty of security plugins with WordPress. But, you need to choose the best suited WP security plugin as per your business need.

In this infographic, we’ve showcased top 5 WordPress security plugins that will protect your websites from hacking, brute force attacks, and other malicious activities.

Let’s have the best security plugin at your side to run your business smoothly so that you can sit comfortably and enjoy your coffee.

An infographic by Webby Monks.

Outbound VS Inbound Lead Generation #Infographic #LeadGeneration

At the beginning of every lead generation initiative, it’s important to understand the difference between inbound and outbound lead generation. The concepts behind each approach use different execution methods so it’s vital to comprehend the logic behind them before you start out.

With outbound lead generation, the marketer initiates the first interaction by sending out a message to potential leads. The best examples of outbound lead generation are direct emails and phone calls.

Inbound lead generation, on the other hand, allows your prospects to come to you through SEO and the provision of valuable content. Unlike outbound lead generation, it’s the prospect who decides when and how they will reach you.

The best example of inbound lead generation is content marketing, which is where you publish relevant content with the intent of attracting your target audience to your brand’s website.
Here’s an infographic that shows the other differences between the two and what each approach can do for your business.

An infographic by PureB2B.

Email Marketing by the Numbers #Infographic #Marketing

Want to hear a scary story? Not Freddy Krueger scary, but more like alarming. Depressing. Even knee buckling. People are still questioning the effectiveness and ROI when it comes to email marketing.

Frankly, these people just don’t get it. We feel sorry for these people, and wish them all the best. But the truth is they’re wrong. Very wrong.

If you did a search for email marketing statistics, it would be nearly impossible to find any that make you think email marketing is dead or on its way out the door as an effective marketing channel. Below you’ll find our gift to you.

We’ve traveled to the corners of the web to find all of the email marketing statistics we could and place them all here for you. So if you’re ever thinking about dumping email marketing, need a strong shot of assurance, or just want to find some interesting email insights, this is your launch pad.

An infographic by Delivra.