If you are a business and you aren’t taking full advantage of the countless social media sites to help market your brand, then you are dumb, for lack of a better word. Social media is the best way, if not the only way, to interact with hundreds and even thousands of your customers.
This infographic presented by QSRweb highlights the top ten restaurants in social media. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, YouTube and Klout are the categories listed. Starbucks is the front runner when it comes to most of the social categories. However, McDonalds and Subway are following close behind.
Check out the infographic below to learn more about the top restaurants in social media.
Restaurant Social Media Top 10 [Infographic]
Compliments of QSRweb.com and Foodservice Social Media Universe
Have you ever wanted to be an expert at something but felt like you just didn’t have the talent to do so? Well, no use in feeling down anymore, you can be an expert in whatever you want with the 10,000 hour rule.
The 10,000 hour rule states that it takes 10,000 hours of deliberate practice to become an expert. And that you don’t have to be born with innate genius or talent to reach your expert goal.
Check out this infographic presented by Zintro to learn more about the 10,000 hour rule.
Courtesy of Zintro
Imagine your playing your favorite game on Facebook, let’s say it’s FarmVille. So, your checking your crops and decide to see what friends are playing, as you scroll through you see that your Grandma started playing. Would you be surprised?
Well you shouldn’t be. Senior citizens are getting their social game on. Over a quarter of social gamers are over the age of 50, and the number continues to grow. Social gaming can have physical and mental benefits for the elderly. Check out this infographic presented by Assisted Living Today to learn more
Infographic by Assisted Living Today
The yearly tradition of back to school shopping is well on its way. Kids are getting excited to return to class with new school supplies, clothes and gadgets. But with an expected average of $603 in spending, parents will be pinching pennies this season. Your child may want the most stylish school supplies this back-to-school season, but your budget may not agree. Even with the majority of parents trying to cut back, school costs will rise again this year. Luckily, a few smart-shopper tips can help parents reduce supply runs and increase savings.
School Supplies Unwrapped Infographic – Valpak Online Coupons
This guide is based on the non-fiction book, “Death by Meeting” by Patrick Lencioni. It’s a scathing analysis of the problems with corporate meetings. With any luck, his book and this guide could change the landscape of all types of meetings…forever.
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