Twitter provides a great opportunity to businesses to build their brands by engaging with their customers. Just tweeting every now and then is not enough. To be effective on Twitter you need to engage with the conversation about your brand, monitor your brand and tweak your tweets accordingly.
We all know Google is the most popular search engine but do we know how big is it? Statistics reveal 191 million people visited various sites of Google, in November 2012.
An average of four billion hours of YouTube videos were viewed monthly in 2012. In 2013, worldwide internet traffic dropped by 40% when certain Google services went offline for just 5 minutes. Google Maps has now passed 20 petabytes of storage.
The link building tactics employed by SEOs have changed largely over the years. SEOs are cutting on their link budgets to focus on other areas. While only 81% say they have increased their spending on link building over the past 12 months 73% say they will look to increase spend on link building in the next year.
As the number of people who use their mobile devices to search is increasing rapidly, it is becoming necessary for companies to use this opportunity and connect with the right customers at the right time. 50% of all mobile searches are made with a local intent and 78% of these searches lead to offline purchases.
Did you know in just 60 seconds, 243,055 photos are uploaded on Facebook, 100,000 friend requests sent across the globe, 13,888 apps installed, 3,298,611 items shared, 50,000 links posted and 15,277,777 like and share buttons viewed on other websites.
Today’s infographic by SumoCoupon reveals how much information is generated and shared on Facebook in one minute. To know what else can happen on Facebook in just one minute have a look at the infographic below: