It’s no surprise that social media consumes a good amount of our time, and it’s perfectly fine when you have nothing else to do, but when you are at work its a big no-no.
This infographic illustrates just how distracting social media can be in the workforce. According to a study conducted by Microsoft, social media causes an average of four interruptions per hour. Also, over 40% of disrupted tasks were not immediately.
How can you control what others find on the first page of Google for your name? There are a few tips and tricks but unless you’re an SEO expert, you’re likely to be lost in the noise. Only 2% of individuals actually own the first page of their Google results.
Our friends at BrandYourself have sent us this nifty infographic with tips and trick to make yourself and your company rank better on Google and all those other search engines nobody uses.
One area I focused on recently was Facebook. I collected data on more than 1.3 million posts published on the top 10,000 pages to put together this infographic to help you get more likes, comments and shares on your Facebook posts.
Google plus enhanced the visual aspect of social networks by making its images significantly larger than the photos on Facebook. Facebook has since responded with a revamp of its design that allows for much larger images in its new “Timeline” for personal profiles.