In a world where information is requested and expected to be delivered almost instantaneously, Google is ubiquitous in our daily lives. Thanks to Lisa for this infographic. Find out more here
106 DEREK TheBandit’s Sound Republic
Mix 93.8FM Saturday 8 March 2014
1.Hello (Original Mix) byA bove and Beyond
2.Dragonfly (Original Mix) by Dash Berlin and Carita La Nina
3.Chinese New Year (Original Mix) by Maison Dragen
4.Letting Go (Antillas and Dankann Remix) by BT and Fractal FT Jes
5.Reflection (Extended Mix) by Markus Schulz
6.Leviticus (Original Mix) by Driftmoon and Andy Blueman FT Dsharp
7.Thriller (Original Mix) by Ben Gold
8.Centipede (James Dymond Remix) by Jordan Suckley and Eddie Bitar
9.BUYITNOW! Joburg Sunrise (Arrakeen Remix) by Dirkie Coetzee and Derek The Bandit
10.Snowfall (Original Mix) by Lostly
11.Another Sunday (Lostly Rework) by Paul Van Dyk
Listen here – MIXCLOUD
Every month, AgoraPulse tracks a few industries in terms of Facebook page performance. Among the verticals this month? Artists, jewelry/watches, home decor, spas, church/religious organizations and travel/leisure.
While Facebook pages dedicated to jewelry had a higher fan count, artists, home decor pages and pages for religious organizations were better for engagement in October. Want to see how other industries performed? Check out the infographic below. via Inside Facebook
Social Marketing company Wishpond wrapped up the summer with the infographic below, which details 25 Facebook statistics as of August.
A new look and feel is coming to LinkedIn Groups. Via LinkedIn Blog
There have been more than 2 million Groups created around almost every topic imaginable — from entrepreneurship, philanthropy and careers to social and digital marketing. These communities have become places where our members are exchanging and sharing their experiences, business knowledge, interests and ideas with other like-minded professionals daily.
This infographic from LinkedIn in 30 Minutes details five common mistakes LinkedIn profile owners do that result in recruiters not clicking through to view a profile. Via Aaron Elliott at Social Media Today.