Posts Categorized: Infographics

10 Tips and Tricks for Optimizing Your Online Videos

Any time you can add a video to your website, you are adding huge value. Well-done, well-placed videos significantly improve the user experience. You probably have multiple purposes in mind for your video, such as: Increased brand awareness More traffic to your site More conversions on your site Speaking of how videos can lead to…

Sync Online Directories Through LocalSync [Infographic]

Wasn’t life so easy and grand when all you would have to do to find a local business was open the phone book and sort through thousands of pages? Today, thankfully, more and more people (like everyone) are turning to the Internet to find local businesses. In fact, I bet if you asked a youngster…

Behold: The Power of Social Media

At OrangeSoda, we’ve spent plenty of time learning, teaching, using, and breathing social media. Since social media users change all the time, we’ve done some research to see how people currently use different social networks. Today we’re happy to share our findings with you. Enjoy.

Small Retailers and Black Friday: How to Win

Black Friday 2010 was of epic proportions. Average Holiday spending was up $20 from 2009 to $365.34 per person. The total number of shoppers went up to 212 million from 195 million. While internet shopping is rising, 98% of holiday shopping is done in-person. Small merchants have a hard time competing with national big box…

The Marketing Economics of Halloween Attractions

With Halloween coming up, we were wondering how haunted houses, haunted forests, haunted corn mazes, and haunted laundromats did business, marketed their hauntings, and made money. You’d figure that, in 2010, the number one marketing tool for these guys would be social media and the Internet but alas, it’s still the radio. Here’s some quick ideas…

What Google Leaves in China

With the recent news that Google might be breaking off its partnership with the Chinese government we wanted to illustrate what that could mean for Google. Check out this infographic I made and I’ll share my thoughts after.