The Secret Habits on Internet Users #Infographic #Internet

Mobile and the internet’s ever-increasing role in our lives is drawing out some behaviors that are… well… quite strange. A recent survey of 1000 respondents intended to explore these strange and, until now, unspoken mobile and internet habits. The results were revealing.

For instance, did you know that it takes the average person 4 attempts to take a selfie that they’ll share on social media? Meanwhile, have you ever felt a little paranoid that someone might be reading your phone over your shoulder on the bus. Well, it turns out you’re not paranoid. 28% of people admit to reading another person’s phone over their shoulder on public transport, with 25 to 34-year-olds the most likely culprits.

Other insights in the study include the prevalence of “second screening”, texting the wrong person, clearing internet history and what we’d all be doing if the internet didn’t exist at all. To know more, look at the statistics below.

An infographic by eir.

How A24 Films Brilliantly Marketed ‘The Witch’ #Infographic #TheWitch

In February 2016 A24 Films brought the indie supernatural horror movie ‘The Witch’ to theaters. It was a difficult sell to mainstream audiences due to its odd premise. The film which was budgeted at around $3 million USD earned over $25 million after 6 weeks at the North American box office.

We decided to take a look at the timeline of A24’s brilliantly executed social media strategy. We broke it down to the exact dates that each social account (FB, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram) went live. In the end – the little film managed to hold its own while competing with much larger Hollywood blockbusters.

An infographic by MassiveKontent.

115 Facts You Never Knew About Social Media #Infographic #SocialMedia

The impact that social media have had on people’s private and professional lives is unprecedented compared to any other Internet phenomenon. Social media has changed the way that people meet and engage in the way that business is conducted. The three top social media sites that have influenced modern society are Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Facebook is one of the most popular and influential social media platforms in the world. It is used by 1.59 billion people. Instagram and Twitter have approximately 400 million and 300 million users, respectively.

The highest percentage of Social Media users reside in North America where the social media penetration rate is 59%. This stands to reason as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter were all launched in North America. South America has the second highest social media penetration rate of 50%. This is followed by West Europe and West Asia with 48% each, East Europe and Oceania with 45% and Central America with 40%. The lowest penetration rate of social media is in Central Asia, Africa and South Asia.

To find out 115 facts about social media, take a look at the detailed infographic below. This infographic was created by the team at Skilled.co and users over 30 reliable sources.

An infographic by Skilled.co.

Best Way to Respond to Negative Online Reviews #Infographic #Feedback

At first, an online review might sound exciting and fun, and responding to them might not seem like such a big deal, but it actually is. By doing so, you’ll show your customers that you truly listen to them and care about what they have to say. A positive review is an opportunity to convert a happy customer into a loyal one, and a negative review is a chance to turn an unhappy customer into a happy one. And if you’re not quick enough to engage and respond, one of your competitors might be.

In this infographic, we’ll give you an tips & tricks on how to deal with online reviews and increase your chances to create a legitimate connection with your customers, as well as some pretty interesting stats and data regarding customer loyalty and reviews.
And don’t forget that the best customer is a happy customer.

An infographic by Rolandia.

Must have features for your business website #Infographic #WebDevelopment

Small businessmen know the importance of a great website to compete in the market. Some people find it difficult, so they hire web development companies.

If they even start creating a website for their business, they think that they are only making a website which shows information about their business but that’s not all the things which are required to attract potential customers.

Mostly business owners create a business card instead of an effective website, which results having less potential customers. While making a great site, one should keep things in mind that your website content, quality and links on your website should be quality content. Quantity is also important but with quality.

If your prospect is searching for your product, then he will use Google or any other search engines to meet his requirements but, he will have a list of companies who are making/offering the same product/service which you also are. So you should keep this in mind that what your customers want at the very moment; otherwise, you will be the second option or last option.

Your website design should be so pleasant that it looks good to the eyes. That means if your site is well designed but things are really messy and difficult to find out then you will lose your customer. For this reason, an infographic “55 Features Every Small Business Website Must Have” is made by Mywebprogrammer.com it will help you out for not making those mistakes which will make your customers go away.

Here are 55 features that you need to consider for your small business website.

An infographic by My Web Programmer.