Research by Rosetta Consulting suggests it is worth putting the investment in. It found companies who follow customer engagement best practices are 2.2 times more likely to have increased market share in the past year. Read more on Infographic: Customer engagement pays…
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Do you know which global drink brand’s first marketing slogan from the 1900s was ‘The Great National Temperance Beverage’? Or where the ‘Guinness is good for you’ tagline came from in 1929? In today’s infographic we look at some of the world’s most famous brands and how their marketing slogans have evolved over time. Read more on Infographic: Marketing slogans over time…
The quarterly report that fuses April 2013 – March 2014 NRS data with Comscore data from March 2014, estimates an enormous 42.1 million people across the UK consume national and regional newsbrands on a monthly basis.
This infographic from Meltwater reveals all.
The BBC’s very own Graham Norton (@grahnort) was the most mentioned Twitter handle, followed closely by @bbceurovision and above the official @eurovision handle.
Ten per cent of UK online shoppers have purchased an item whilst on the toilet. That’s according to a survey by Sailthru, providers of personalised marketing technology, which aimed to find out how consumers feel about personalised content from brands.
New research commissioned by visual content and production strategy agency Saddington Baynes has revealed the three most important success factors when it comes to pitching creative work.
Web design has come a long way from the very first website which was published by Tim Berners-Lee in 1991, who marked the beginning of the digital revolution. The fellows at digital agency Aptitude decided to take a stroll down memory lane, pointing out the defining moments in web design that have shaped modern-day sites. Read more on Infographic: Web design past to present…
The very clever bods at social media platform Buffer were curious about the ideal length of tweets, headlines and everything else in between published on this gigantic virtual world we call Online.
They did some research, found the sweet spots and summarised their findings in this bite-sized infographic.