Mobile friendly web design tends #infographic #Webdesign

The surge of mobile technology is facilitating consumers to search for products and services right on their smartphones and tablets and don’t even need to power on their personal computers. They can search by simply tapping the screens for anything they have in their minds.

The increased comfort has made them inquire about a product and its availability in the nearest store rather waiting for the weekends, sparing some time and physically visiting the market.
To serve the online buyers with exceptional convenience and achieve their ultimate satisfaction, the business websites are improving their shopping experience by understanding the trends and taking decisions according to the statistics that are derived from detailed surveys and reports.

The statistics stats that the number of online mobile users has raised to 788 million, which is a clear sign for the websites to make their websites ready to tackle design and navigation issues for a varied number of screen sizes, browsers, and devices. The report also reports that among 5 internet users, 4 are interested in buying things via their handheld mobile gadgets.

It is crucial for an online business to cater to the needs of people as not a single business can dare to ignore a huge majority of the users, as about 40% of the people visits another website if the design in not mobile friendly. To optimize your website for better visibility and usability, you need to review the prevailing trends and statistics in the following infographic, which is composed and designed by UnitedSol.

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12 Tips for a Successful PPC Advertising #infographic #Advertising

As People spend more time on their laptops and smartphones than in watching television and listening to radio, marketers find online advertising a crucial element for sales funnel and brand promotion. The problem is, there are numbers of platforms to launch a campaign. Even more problematic: it is quite a labyrinth to go through the logic of pay per click.

No wonder, beginners, and even long-time PPC advertisers are commonly puzzled as to how their pay-per-click campaign will come to fruition. Online marketing is really prone to fall into clutter.But we can help you escape from this entanglement of difficulty. In this infographic, you will learn pay-per-click tips on how to maximize an advertising campaign on the internet.

Here’s an infographic by The Partnership, a digital marketing agency in the UK. The first part of the infographic, PPC Jargon Made easy, will equip you with the essential concepts of PPC campaign. For a long time PPC advertisers who would want to get tips and tricks, we will get you on board 12 easy and practical tips for launching your PPC campaign.

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Pokemon Go or no Go #infographic #PokemonGo #gaming

The Pokémon Go App is changing the gaming industry as we speak. You get to burn those calories AND catch you favorite Pokémon from childhood. Quite honestly, things don’t get better than this.

However, there’s another side to this coin, one that we, as a community should acknowledge if nothing else. The game itself is causing a few un-healthy consequences and the infographic presents simple, easy-to-do steps to avoid them and make the most out of this gaming experience.

Giving full access to your Google Accounts to a game is never a good thing, at least not in today’s world; luckily we’ve got you covered. Moreover, walking constantly exposes you to excessive heat, results in muscle soreness and most importantly, often results in both major and minor road accidents. Draw the line, know where to stop read up on the infographic to educate yourself and the others around you. Yes, you gotta catch’em all, but we can help you do that safely. Happy hunting!

An Infographic by Fast Cover.

Pokemon Go Stats #infographic #PokemonGo #App

What’s going on in this world? Are people crazy? They are hunting these little pocket monsters everywhere: in restaurants, offices and even in bathrooms. It’s definitely one of the most popular apps but in fact, nobody expected it to be number 1 in the top 10 of best apps 2016 so fast. But what is the secret of such success? Why people all over the world play this game spending 5 hours a day looking for these monster. The answer is easy, it is funny! It’s something new yet nostalgic. People need such a game to relax, to forget all problems what they have but there are some cons. You’re still on your phone, it makes you less social and very often makes you more distracted. But despite all the cons we have such a picture 7,5 million downloads, 1,6 million daily revenue and total 15 million mentions in social media!

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7 Reasons Why Domino’s is Winning in India #infographic #pizza #India

Quick Serve Restaurants (QSRs) are becoming very popular in India.
This has been enabled by two things: 1) A rising middle-class. 2) The breakneck pace of mobile adoption in India.

The middle-class is rising because of IT jobs and the “Make in India” government campaign where foreign companies are required to have local jobs and source 30% of their products from India.

Mobile adoption is also a huge factor in QSR growth. India will be the only major country in the world with double-digit mobile adoption until the year 2021. At that time, they will have more than 810 million people using smartphones. That is 2.5x the current population of the United States.

The most popular QSR in India is Domino’s Pizza. In fact, India is the only place in the world where Domino’s outnumbers McDonald’s 2 to 1.

But Why? This simple infographic will show you why Domino’s has risen to the top.

An Infographic by Coupon Hippo.