Infographic :: The Many “Deaths” of SEOs

The “death” of SEO rings about as hollow as the death of Superman… SEO doesn’t die. It simply changes. It’s the SEOs who fail to change with it—they’re the ones with limited lifespans. In our latest infographic, we present the many “deaths” of SEOs. Infographic: The Many “Deaths” of SEOs from Oneupweb Thanks for taking […]

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The “B” Side: A Mixtape Infographic of Google Facts

Google is one of the most influential companies ever, and it’s practically synonymous with the Internet. This infographic highlights some of our favorite facts about Google that you may not have heard before. And for even more fun facts, watch our video! Is the “Google 15” a risk you’re willing to take? Goats are a […]

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3 Powerful Ways Infographics Help Your Brand

The Internet can’t get enough of infographics. We love facts, figures and statistics. And when you toss that information with a hefty dose of visual awesome sauce—Pow! Seriously addictive content. From January 2009–2013, the interest in infographics grew 800%. And is still trending upward. Oh wait. Let’s try that data again, presented as a simple/rudimentary […]

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10 Fiscally Fabulous CFOs in the Mitten State

What makes a great chief financial officer (CFO)? It’s not only about the numbers, though those are obviously important, it also takes strong business sense and savvy. CFOs who are integrally embedded in a business’s operations—those who have an eye towards strategy and can identify what expenditures will help improve a business’s profitability—are the ones […]

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Oneupweb : QR Code QRaziness

Two seconds after scanning the QR Code image, my smartphone’s browser brought me to a targeted landing page for Sunbrella’s upholstery products, complete with detailed information on their product line, and an easy link to find dealers in my local area.

Many recognizable global companies, such as Ford, Gap, Home Depot, Kellogg’s, Macy’s, Miller Beer, Re/Max, Starbucks, and Target have been embracing the potential of these scan-able QR Codes. They realize that they can reach their consumers at the point when their interest in their products or services are at their highest, and instantly return valuable information that can help lead consumers to a purchase.

I recently read about the new currency the Dutch made available earlier this week. In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Royal Dutch Mint, they released new silver and gold currency with a QR Code embedded right on the coins.

While research from Forrester says that only 5% of the total smartphone owners in the US have actually scanned one of these QR Codes, count me as one of this growing group that will most likely try this again in the near future, when an available code is associated with another physical object that I am interested in.

So you want to begin incorporating these QR Codes into your marketing mix? Well you’ll want to make sure that you are returning relevant product or service information and/or directing your eager consumer traffic to an attractive landing page where they will be greeted with the information they were seeking, along with an easy path for them to purchase the desired product they were after.

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Infographic: YouTube Facts & Figures

To celebrate the 5th birthday of YouTube’s beta launch this month, created a handy timeline graphic of the video sharing network.

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