More than half of parents planned to consult web-based coupons or promotions before purchasing. And nearly 43% said that internet ads would influence their purchase decisions for back-to-school shopping.
Nearly seven in 10 US users of LinkedIn said they used the site for observing without actively posting content, while just 10% used it to share photos or status updates.
Mothers were especially fond of PCs, which had a penetration rate of almost 100%. But smart phones, too, had a penetration rate among mothers (83%) well above the average.
COLOURLovers created this infographic as a brand pallet, as it were.
This infographic from MBA Programs looks at the effectiveness of online dating sites.
Maxymiser created this infographic to demonstrate how eTailers can use take advantage of the visual bookmarking site.
Of the top 100 brands, 40% are now on Instagram. The largest social sites that brands adopt are Facebeook & Twitter with 98% and 94% adoption respectively. Google+ is third, with 64% of brands participating.
Among the top 15 apps, 12 have a social and/or local component.
Among those businesses that cite social media among their most effective marketing tools, Facebook still rules the day, even for B2Bs.
Boticca.com created this infographic to illustrate the differences between using Pinterest vs. Facebook for marketing.