Facebook Marketing, Google, Google Plus, Instagram, Internet Marketing, Linkedin, Marketing, Online Marketing, PPC, Search Engine Optimization, SEO, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Twitter Marketing

What happens online in 60 seconds? Infographic

January 12, 2016 by Christian Thomson

Every minute of every day, 24 hours during 7 days at week, in fact is increasing. Staggering amounts of data are being generated as consumers connect to, search for, watch, create, download, and shop online. In 60 seconds, that is happening:
  • 1,0 million Vine loops and 8,333 shares.
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Google, Google Business Photos, Google Plus, Instagram, Internet Marketing, Kickstarter, Linkedin, Marketing, Marketing Plans, Mobile Marketing, Online Marketing, PPC, Rebranding, Search Engine Optimization, SEM, SEO, Smartphones, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Sunday Review, Twitter Marketing, Typography, Website Design, Website Development

How’s Your Online Marketing Strategy?

April 11, 2014 by Christian Thomson

There’s no need to look like that. You’re not alone. Online marketing, internet marketing, social media this, social media that. Keywords, sitemaps, Panda updates, black hat SEO, deep link ratio, social reach, likes, follows, click-per-conversion, remarketing, G+ plus ones….so many buzz words it’s hard sometimes to know exactly where to turn when it comes to promoting your company online.… Read more

Linkedin, Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Online Marketing, Social Media Marketing

LinkedIn Jumps on the Native Advertising Bandwagon

September 23, 2013 by Christian Thomson

What is Native Advertising? If you’ve been following news in online marketing and social media, you may be asking yourself “What is Native Advertising?” Well, this article and infographic simplify it nicely.  Essentially, native advertising is the seamless placement of sponsored or paid advertisements within social media content.… Read more


Optimize LinkedIn

January 17, 2013 by Christian Thomson

Are You Making the Most of LinkedIn? By Christian Thomson. LinkedIn has always been portrayed and thought of as the social network of choice for professionals to mix, find jobs and network with like-minded individuals and companies. This remains the case of course, but additional functionality to groups, company pages and profiles mean that more enterprises have now begun to use the network, rather than just individuals.… Read more