Startups are definitely everywhere we look, with new ones popping up every day. It would be great to see many of them survive, but alas, reality isn’t that kind in the business world. Check out this nifty little infographic with some great illustrations and a lot of super cool data.
While doing some research, I noticed there weren’t any good images that categorized the different types of logos in one place. So that’s why I decided to create my own infographic on the subject. Here is this graphic, with the three different types of logos, and two other variations.
Who doesn’t love to be liked?
As a brand, you probably want more people like you online. You want more followers to help get the word out. And it’s nice to know what you can do so that more people click that little blue thumbs up, or choose to read your tweets.
A great business brand has lots of moving parts… lots of things that need to be thought about in the beginning and managed over time. Design is only one aspect of how you present your brand to the public.
This infographic outlines the different aspects from head to toe. These essential items are what a successful business brand needs in order to stay ahead.
Consistency is essential for any type of branding. But when there are so many elements to a business, maintaining a consistent identity is not exactly an easy thing to do. As the owner of your brand, you should be aware of the major elements at play.
Here’s an infographic I found that touches on the main aspects of the corporate identity.
Infographic by: Creatage - Milwaukee ad agency
Here’s an understatement for you: online shopping is huge.
Online shopping has been and will continue to grow steadily into the future. There’s truly no end in sight. But what about all the customer support that comes with all the spending? What do customers look for the most when it comes to online support—email, phone, or live chat? It’s not like they can just walk into your store and start asking questions to the nearest clerk.
Infographic originally posted on Zengage, the Zendesk Blog.
Killer infographic explaining the importance of high-quality images online. It describes how images affect articles, press materials, local search, ecommerce, and social engagement. It also presents a few online trends that involve image-based services and social networks.
Here’s one finding: on average, articles containing relevant images have 94 percent more total views than articles without images.
Consumers have certain expectations of brands on social media, but brands in general aren’t living up to those expectations.
Of course, there are companies who already get it, but brands in general just aren’t harnessing the real potential of social media—at least, not in the ways that help to build deep customer relationships.
What if there were people who loved to say great things about you, all of the time, in numerous different places… the kind of “raving fans” who continually share positive stories and give useful advice about why people should go to you for business? Wouldn’t that be fantastic?
This infographic was produced by BzzAgent, who found that “brand advocates are 83% more likely to share information about a product than typical web users, and 50% more likely to influence a purchase.”
You may have recently noticed the popularity of Pinterest, the hot startup that’s growing like Jack’s beanstalk on steroids.
As this infographic from visually shows, UK Pinterest users are a completely different demographic, and they’re sharing much different content than their US counterparts.
- brand advocates
- brand building
- business cards
- business naming
- corporate identity
- customer support
- failure or success?
- finding your niche
- guest posting
- guest posts
- J.C. Penney
- personal branding
- reader questions
- social media
- web design