Facebook’s IPO is the latest tech news to hit the world news and it is making a huge splash. But the question many critics of Facebook have is if it is worth all of the buzz. Similar to Google, Facebook will be making the majority of it’s money off of advertisements, but recent news has come out that it might not be going as successful as it would initially have appeared.
With these details floating around, businesses who do online marketing need to be asking which one is better? You may still want to advertise in both arenas, but the results of this infographic may sway just how much you will want to invest.
I still remember when I first began looking into a blogging CMS.
After researching WordPress, Joomla and Drupal, I decided to go with WordPress — I’m glad I did!
I didn’t do it because they were becoming the clear leader in the world wide web marketshare, but because it really is a great platform to build a website.
If you’re thinking about building a website your self, church or business, I highly recommend diving into WordPress. Take a look at these numbers!
After reading through the infographic, below, I couldn’t help but wonder,
“Is the Internet making us impatient?”
It’s obvious and plain to see the importance of a fast loading web page. Forget about SEO and web crawlers for a moment and just take into consideration the web users themselves. The statistics are in, everything has been calculated and the results show:
Time is money.
See for yourself:
These online sharing statistics really surprised me!
Learning what time most content is shared and the busiest day of the week most of us share web content is helpful to know, but that’s not what surprised me.
Despite all of the share buttons embedded around the web, most people prefer sharing content the old fashioned way.
They paste it.
Since ChurchMag’s re-birth in May of 2011, there has been a lot of settling.
We’ve been trying to find our groove and rhythm, as ChurchMag merges many different technology fields and interests as they intersect with the Church.
Here’s a snapshot, a quick look at the top 10 posts from 2011: