Halloween is one of those rare holidays that crosses religious and political lines. It also shatters any myth of an age barrier. While one may be too old to go trick-or-treating once they start shaving, you can find a slew of 20-somethings to senior citizens celebrating this holiday in their own way. The holiday is also one of the most celebrated online, bringing a wide range of people to social networks to share costume pics, stories, to participate in the season’s fare, and much more.
Listed below are a few tips to help your Facebook campaign take off like a bat this Halloween. So throw on a costume, break out the candy corn, and start that wolfman marathon. It’s time to start celebrating the season.
What They Are, Why They Matter, & How To Use (and Not Use) Them
Infographics—this word combines “information” and “graphics” to form a marketing term you’ve probably heard bandied about. The question is this: should infographics be part of your marketing mix? In this post, we’ll examine what they are, why they matter, how to use them effectively, and mistakes to avoid when creating and using them.
What is an infographic?
An infographic is an image collage that communicates things like statistics, compelling points, and other data that’s meant to educate and inform.
It’s natural to want to give back to a charity or non-profit, either on a regular basis or after some sort of crisis, like a natural disaster. Unfortunately, many non-profits and charities with less-than-stellar records exist, which is why you need to be extra diligent before donating your hard-earned bucks.
Here’s what you need to keep in mind before you write that check.