Why Selfies are so popular: The origin of the Selfie [Infographic]

Posted by on Oct 25, 2013 in Articles, Social Media Marketing |

Selfies are everywhere: Instagram, Facebook, Vine… name the social network and the #Selfie will be there. The phenomenon has become so popular that the word was added to the Oxford English dictionary this year. What is a #Selfie you ask? We found this great infographic* on the definition and evolution of the Selfie: Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Looking for more infographics? Click here to see more infographics on the WSI OMS blog!   *Infographic created by Ebay Deals. Take a look at the interactive version of the Selfie Revolution here. Please follow and like...

read more

Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media for Business [Infographic]

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 in Social Media Optimization |

Social media marketing is rapidly becoming the most effective way to promote your business online, and to keep new and existing customers chatting about your business. Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ were developed to encourage user to user interaction, hence knowing how to capitalise on your brand’s social media presence is crucial.  If implemented correctly, marketing with social media can bring remarkable success to your business. Achieving direct and immediate connection to consumers is a huge opportunity, but it also introduces more risk. The social conversation is public, so brands are handling potentially touchy customer conversations out in the open. How do you ensure you’re getting it right? Don’t expect overnight results. Even though social media activity is immediate, business development is not. This is something to keep in mind! For more information about social media marketing, visit our website or contact WSI OMS today. Do’s and Don’ts of using Social Media for Business: [Insert infographic] Source: Business 2 Community Please follow and like...

read more

Creating a professional online business video [Infographic]

Posted by on May 17, 2013 in Articles, Online Reputation Management |

A well thought out professional video can go a long way in establishing your online reputation. In under 3 minutes you can give a potential customer a snapshot of what your value proposition is. However a poor quality, or poorly edited video can do more harm than damage. It is estimated that 20% of online viewers will click away within the first 10 seconds. That means that you need to ensure that your video is attention grabbing and interesting. YouTube is one of the best social media platforms to market yourself and your business. It also allows individuals to easily share and embed your video on their blogs. If you plan to create a corporate video, take a look at this infographic. Need advice on your online reputation management? Contact WSI OMS today   Presented By KZO Innovations, online video platform Please follow and like...

read more

How to boost shares on Facebook [Infographic]

Posted by on May 10, 2013 in Facebook |

A blogger examined over 1.3 million Facebook updates to determine what characteristics encourage the highest level of interaction through likes, comments and shares. It comes as no surprise that posts with images enjoy the most shares, comments. In general posts that were longer in length enjoyed more shares, and posts that showed a distinct positive or negative sentiment received more interaction than neutral ones. These days more businesses want to be involved in social media, making Facebook the perfect platform for social engagement. If your business is thinking of launching a Facebook Page, this infographic is a handy guide to posting effective content. If you would like to launch a social media campaign, contact WSI OMS today! How to get more Facebook shares [Infographic] Infographic via sociallystacked.com Please follow and like...

read more

Creating content for SEO [Infographic]

Posted by on Dec 7, 2012 in Content Marketing |

How often do you see blogs titled “Content is King”? The phrase is so popular, it even has its own Wikipedia entry. 27 Million pieces of online content is shared daily and 1 in 5 social media posts has a link to content. It is no wonder that most online marketers focus on content marketing. Content is important for SEO and with Google’s Panda update, having quality content has become a necessity in any content marketing strategy. The below Infograpic from Wigi Social focuses on content marketing, giving us a “weather” forecast for SEO. Creating content for SEO:     Do you need help with your content marketing strategy? Contact WSI OMS Please follow and like...

read more