Weekend Fun: Marketing & Numbers, Really!

This might not be the typical definition of “fun” — but if you’re reading my blog, I’m betting you’re a little bit into marketing, numbers and will consider this fun.

Curious what’s working now in marketing?

Check out the slides and two infographics below for some cool stats, survey results, and interesting data on what’s working where and when in the internet marketing world.

 

Transform Your Marketing

View more presentations from HubSpot Internet Marketing

The Social Media Landscape

The Content Grid v2

Content marketing in a blink from: http://blog.eloqua.com/the-content-grid-v2/

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10 Comments

  1. I love the slides from Hubspot. I guess I know why it’s hard to get things done around the house. Those tatoos sure look like they hurt.

    1. LOL Yeah, Hubspot has great info.
      Michelle Shaeffer recently posted… 5 Ways to Add Visitor Interactivity to Your WebsiteMy Profile

  2. Oh, it’s definitely fun :). It’s the kind of thing that makes me roll up my sleeves as I say, “Hehehe” to myself out loud :). Thanks for sharing this info. I’m going to spend some more time looking through it. At a quick glance, I have to say that I’m surprised at the “bad” statements made about Facebook and LinkedIn in the CMO’s Guide. A large percentage of our traffic comes from Facebook and we find it to be the place we need to spend most of our social media time. As well, LinkedIn drives a fair bit of traffic. Granted, it’s through our group and not our profile . . .
    Leanne Chesser recently posted… Self Esteem QuotesMy Profile

    1. Yeah, I think some of it is probably very subjective based on who our audiences are. :) I’ve found Facebook to be good for traffic, too. StumbleUpon does drive more traffic for me than Twitter or Facebook.
      Michelle Shaeffer recently posted… Weekend Fun: Marketing & Numbers, Really!My Profile

  3. The slides themselves are great marketing. What gets a person’s attention and keeps them reading.
    Nancy Rose recently posted… Are you challenging yourself?My Profile

    1. I always fine myself drawn in by HubSpot’s slides and presentations. They do a fabulous job.
      Michelle Shaeffer recently posted… When Good Siggys Go Bad & Get You Tagged as SpamMy Profile

  4. Cool slideshow. It’s amazing how much we as a society have changed! And in such a short amount of time! It’s crazy. (crazy good).
    Brock Blohm recently posted… Why Network Marketing?My Profile

  5. More great information Michelle. I too am surprised at the Facebook stats on CMO’s guide. Looks like I need to get involved with Delicious and Digg.
    Rhonda Neely recently posted… 5 Skills Necessary to Have a Happy and Vivacous MarriageMy Profile

  6. Thanks Michelle. I am surprised but not really with the LinkedIn figures. Opens some interesting ideas and thoughts. Looks like I need to keep working on Twitter.
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  7. VERY cool slideshow and infographics, Michelle!
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