Author Archives: Kelsey Cox

Kelsey Cox

About Kelsey Cox

Kelsey is a social media enthusiast passionate about marketing, advertising, branding and public relations. In 2010, she graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in communication and a concentration in business. Kelsey went on to pursue a full-time career in the public relations and marketing industry. Currently, Kelsey works for Column Five Media, a creative marketing agency specializing in data visualization and infographic design.

Surprising Startup Hubs Across the U.S.

Startup Hubs - Infographic Featured

Typically, when people hear the word “startup” they envision the hi-tech hub of Silicon Valley. However, there are many surprising regions across the U.S. that are experiencing a boom in entrepreneurial growth and expansion. Venture 51, a seed-and early-stage fund built by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs based in Phoenix, put together this infographic that takes a… Read More →

How To Build A Better Inbound Marketing Machine

Inbound Marketing Machine
April 7, 2012 by in Infographics

Inbound marketing can be an extremely powerful tool in any business’ marketing plan. In order to see results, just like any other strategy, you must pair these with other efforts to see a direct effect on your bottom-line. Marketo partnered with Column Five to take a visual approach to explaining how to build a well-oiled… Read More →

How Small Businesses Are (Mis)Using Social Media

Small Businesses
March 10, 2012 by in Infographics

It’s no mystery that social media has become an important tool in marketing for small businesses. In fact, building brand awareness on Facebook has become the most popular, with nine million small businesses utilizing the platform today. However, many of these businesses aren’t taking full advantage of its potential. This infographic, from Intuit, illustrates how… Read More →

Promotion Secrets

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February 11, 2012 by in Infographics

Getting a promotion is a cornerstone in anyone’s career that symbolizes career development, and usually a fatter paycheck. However, promotions have a long-time reputation of mystery in timing and explanation. How do managers and executives really decide who gets the corner office, and who gets left behind? Have you ever suspected favoritism to play a… Read More →

Social Media Marketing For Startups

Social Media Marketing
January 14, 2012 by in Infographics

Social media is a continuous topic of curiosity for small and large businesses alike. For startups, social media can help get the initial word out, create a buzz around a new product or service, and reach a diverse demographic. This infographic, by Udemy, examines how startups can leverage social media efforts as a tool to… Read More →

The Small Business Year In Review 2011 & Outlook For 2012

Small Business Year In Review
December 31, 2011 by in Infographics

The Small Business Year In Review 2011 & Outlook For 2012 Being a part of a slow economic recovery can take its toll on anyone, especially those who are trying to maintain and grow a business. Particularly, small business owners have had a lot to overcome throughout 2011, including a credit crunch and general uncertainty… Read More →