There are few who would argue that Seattle is as big in tech as San Francisco or New York, but many budget-conscious startups are going there because of the high-level of talent and the lower wages than their better-known counterparts.
If there’s anything we’ve learned about social media over the last few years, it’s that most businesses aren’t doing it right, but those who “get it” are hitting home runs.
There’s no other way to say it. This infographic by our friends at GetSatisfaction brings it into perspective nicely for us.
Between Google+ and every other social network created this year, the choices have expanded dramatically for businesses to be able to communicate with their customers and clients. Email is still valid and probably will be for a while despite challenges facing the medium, but social media is the one that’s on the rise.
Via: Automotive SEO
There are some “what ifs” that probably shouldn’t be asked and definitely shouldn’t be visualized, but end up getting done anyway. This is a perfect example, taking the huge Facebook population and converting it into an infographic that depicts the “city” as it may look if you squeezed the hundreds of millions of pages and people into one metropolis.
Our friends at GetSatisfaction were up to the task, converting what can only be described as a huge mess into an attractive and coherent visualization that could adorn the walls of geeks across the Internet.