Posts tagged with 'infographic'
As large web companies are selling us on the value of big data, they are also peddling their own cloud services to help you make sense of all the information you feel compelled to process.
Just as Amazon Web Services is showing how it's changing businesses with its scalable and affordable data and analytic services, IBM has been developing its own solution with Netezza, an acquisition they made in 2010.
It’s no secret that delivering an excellent customer experience has a positive impact on conversion rates and revenue.
Amazon is the perfect example of this. Its massive growth has been driven in no small part by its painless one-click payment system and excellent customer service.
This infographic, produced by Monetate, shows that 73% of consumers would buy again from a retailer if they had a superior customer experience, while 89% would shun a business if they had a bad experience.
Yahoo’s fall from grace is well documented, with its once dominant position in the search industry undermined by years of mismanagement.
New CEO Scott Thompson has a major task on his hands reversing the company’s declining fortunes, with his plans currently focused on boosting ad revenues and forging a closer alliance with Microsoft.
We’ve talked often about the overlap between social and search.
MDG Advertising suggests that the two channels hold exponentially more power when marketers use them in tandem – and the infographic the agency produced proved to be incredibly popular.
We're yet to find a search professional that believes their discipline can exist in a bubble, but are people practising what they preach?
Fortune 500 companies aren’t all suited to having a huge social media presence – you can’t imagine many people ‘liking’ Exxon Mobile, for example.
However, for the consumer brands and FMCGs on the list having a strong social media presence is an important marketing consideration.
One of the hottest topics from Digital Cream London 2012 last month was attribution.
Though not neccessarily the sexiest of subjects, the potential to use this to directly measure which marketing activities are driving conversions is huge.
As DC Storm's Seth Richardson outlined for us, the real value is the long term campaign and budget optimisation benefits.
Thanks to the iPhone and the popularity of smartphones, we've seen rapid growth of mobile commerce over the last couple of years, something we've covered in detail on this blog.
According to IMRG stats, 7.7% of visits to UK e-commerce sites came from mobiles in 2011, accounting for 3.3% of all purchases.
This may seem low, but though most have seen the light, not every retailer has launched a mobile site or app. For those companies with more forward thinking mobile strategies, the gains are there to be had.
For example, 18% of Ocado's sales came via mobile last year, while Dominos made £10m via mobile last year, and £1m in just one week early in 2012.
This infographic from IMRG and eDigital Research contains some great stats on m-commerce growth from 2009 to 2012...
As a firm at the sharp end of information management online, Google pushes the boundaries more than most – and consumers, the press, politicians and the legal world will often push back from the other side.
Progress should be the product of those opposing forces. So here’s an infographic charting the legal history of Google from 2003-2011. We at Greenlight will let you decide.
As everyone goes Pinterest crazy, more and more stats are emerging about its potential for online retailers and marketers.
This infographic from Maxymiser contains some useful data on who is using the site, what they are doing on the site, as well as some ideas on how brands can use Pinterest.
For more on Pinterest, see guest blogger Dave Wieneke's three part series. He explains its potential for digital marketers, the copyright issues which may threaten it, and Pinterest's business model.
The launch of Google+ certainly put social search on the table, raising awareness within agencies and brands alike after an initial frenzy over the combined concept in 2010.
And while separately they have their strengths, it's not an either/or situation, or even placing more emphasis on one over the other - both are an essential part of a marketer's toolkit.
Like many others, MDG Advertising suggests that the two channels hold exponentially more power when marketers use them in tandem.