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This is content we’ve hand picked from across the Internet because it gives us a buzz we know you’ll love too.
In this week’s round-up, we’ve got an INFOGRAPHIC bonanza!
- The Behavior of Men and Women on Social Media (Media Meercat)
- Content Marketing: How to Play By the Rules of the Game (PCG)
- Everything You Need to Know About Creating Fantastic Social Media Content (Media Bistro)
Plus, we’ve got some extra special bonus material.
Read on to find out what we loved about each of these…
When you’re choosing which social networks are a good match for your brand, you need to know who uses each network. Do your ideal customers hang out there?
That’s why we enjoyed this infographic by Media Meercat, which shows Twitter and Facebook are female dominated, while Google Plus is predominantly male. Also, it goes in depth on what men and women like about the different networks.
Content Marketing: The Game is a lighthearted introduction to different types of content marketing. It’s fairly basic, but it might help you take a more playful approach to your online marketing, which can only be a good thing.
One of the biggest hang-ups we come across around creating online content is value. We all know value is what makes content stand out, but what does it really mean? Our final infographic gives a wide range of ideas about what value can look like.
If you ever needed a Twitter glossary, the folks at Mashable have put together a complete Twitter Lingo Guide.
Finally, Sprout Social show you how to strengthen your brand’s social voice.
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