Social media experience and interactions between customers and brands, drive the holiday gift purchases.
36% of people are more likely to buy something from a brand that has a social media presence, more than brands that do not. Another interesting point is that 52% of consumers are willing to pay more for brands they trust more.
What’s your behaviour when shoopping in these holiday season?
The animated infographic called Twitter Head is a fun design that visually displays information about Twitter.
TwitterHead is the second of a series of information graphics about social media and technology by Geoill LLC.
Twitter Head is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License so it is available for people to publish on to their sites.
The sources of information is from wikipedia.org and pewinternet.org.
CNN Ecosphere is a proeject that involves everyone who wants to say something about “climate change”.
The process is simple: you can “plant” your thought on a virtual tree using Twitter with this tag #COP17. During the COP17 Conference on Climate Change" in Durban (28 November - 9 December 2011), all the tweets will be planted as trees all over the globe, to create a connection of thoughts about the climate topic.
Join the discussion now (#COP17)
Pay a blogger day (#payablogger) is a campaign aiming at get the most value out of any blogger out there. Blogger aren’t usually paid for writing interesting things, so why don’t give something back to them, if you’re pleased in reading their (mine!) articles?
Want to get involved? Start here with some suggestions for giving back to blogger.
Hurry it’s only for today November 29th 2011!
This infographic shows that brands are more likely to invest money on contents in the next 12 months. Good news to all the web content editors looking for a job.
On the same date of iOS 5 release, popular geolocation app foursquare added a new tool named “Radar”.
This two different apps have in common push notifications based on your location: Apple Reminders tells you what to do when you’re leaving or arriving in a certain place. Let’s say: “Don’t forget to buy the newspapers (when leaving home in the morning)”. As soon as you’re going out a message pop ups on your iPhone.
Foursquare Radar has the same push notification system, based on the places you’ve already visited: you receive an alert, or if a business place is running a promotion or you’re immediately prompted directly on your phone screen.
I think both apps will have a great impact in our daily life, and I found them really useful. The Apple one finally adds something more relevant to the calendar than only the simple time, while from a marketing point of view foursquare is going to make cafes, restaurants and all the business places out there more active to attract people.
The bottom line is: are we under control all day long by our Big Brother?