In this article we’ll talk about what you can measure about your Facebook campaigns, which will not only help you take better decisions but also leverage Facebook for better targeting.
The first ever Google Doodle was a zany message for users (in the case of a server crash) that Larry Page and Sergey Brin were away on vacation. Two years later, the second doodle celebrating Bastille Day was created by current webmaster Dennis Hwang at the duo’s request. It caught on so well that what began as an impulsive idea is now a tradition for celebrating holidays, anniversaries, and famous people.
No other company likes digging deep into its pockets and spending dollars on acquiring new companies as Google does. Google has acquired all kinds of companies, from robots, gaming, mapping companies to security agencies, artificial intelligence, facial recognition to self-driven cars; the list is quite endless.
Most of your important offline customer interactions happen at the store, over the phone, through e-mail communications or possibly even at an event kiosk.
As we move towards 2016, it is an excellent time to report the status of all social media networks, users and figures for the year ahead. These facts pave the way for the new year, being the determining factor in our decision making process on key social platforms.
A popular image sharing website is Pinterest launched in March 2010 by Paul Sciarra, Evan Sharp, and Ben Silbermann. Since more people prefer images than texts, the user base is expected to have growth. Take a look at the infographics below to assess customer behaviour on Pinterest.
Launched in February 2007, Tumblr was founded by David Karp in New York. The well-known post sharing website is expected to have a good customer base in 2016. To know more about the user behaviour on the popular microblogging site, go through the infographics below.