It’s finally Saturday, our Day of Infographics on SWIt! This time, we want to highlight one over the rest, because of its useful and valuable content: Ideas to develop in order to grow your online and offline fan base. Do you fancy to check that and the other three infographics out?

1. A good one “how to” grow your following

We’re not talking here about tips (do-don’ts) but about concrete ideas that you can develop in order to make your Twitter community bigger, both, online and offline. Just to pick some of them: Make a video tutorial or upload your profile to directories such as Twiends, Wefollow or Twellow. Looking for more ideas? Click on the link number 1.

2. Proved: Google+ still is a ghost town

Mashable published by the mid of this week some data that just proved what we all have thinking of from time to time. Despite Google’s announce of reaching 170 million users, data from this infographic shows that those users are not likely to share posts. Definitely, something happens to Google+.

3. Your community matters

Why is so crucial taking care of your fan base? Why you should be always thinking about how to grow it? Because your business will grow in a similar way. Have a look at the latest statistics: 50% of small businesses ensure they’ve won clients from their social communities, mainly Facebook and LinkedIn. In addition, 64% of Twitter users would buy a product from a brand they follow. More data? Click the link number 3!

4. 18 hours of videogaming -> Hardcore gamer

This last infographic was dedicated to all of you who love playing video games. You’ll find here the most significant statistics around video games: what console wins the war or the average gamer. Just go to the link number 4 and enjoy it!

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