Complete Social Media Reference Guide Summer 2016 #infographic #socialmedia

Trying to manage all of your social media networks could be challenging, considering each platform constantly changes. No matter your role within social media accounts, you should always be aware of the key features that make each platform unique and stay up to date on the best practices. Social networks have changed a lot already this year, but there is still a lot more to come. Livestream videos, new algorithms, and virtual reality content are only a few of the newest ways social platforms have made huge impacts. Here’s is your complete guide to keeping your social media game strong.

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7 Simple Steps To Start a Blog Today #infographic #blogging #howto

Several new entrepreneurs are starting on the web. They dream of an online income that is quite opposite the traditional 9 to 5 job. One of the popular tool used by these budding entrepreneurs is a blog.

There is plenty of information on how one should go about starting an online business based around a blog, but this information is either overloaded or too complicated. This infographic gives you the steps to start a blog in 7 simple and easy to follow ways to simplify the process.

Pick a topic, register a domain and start blogging. Use social media, content marketing and search engine optimisation techniques to get more traffic and visibility to your blog. You have to patient when learning new techniques on how to improve your blog’s readership. Along the way start building a mailing list so you have a handy list of clients when you have products or services to monetize.

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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.

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