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Posted 11/15/12 at 4:50 PM | Brian Wallace

I Saw Mommy Googling Santa Claus [Infographic]

Who doesn't love shopping? But, around the Holiday season, shopping can be a pain. So people are starting to shop online rather than in stores. This infographic presented by Retail Customer Experience highlights online and mobile Holiday shopping trends for the 2012 Holiday Season.

Posted 11/12/12 at 3:14 PM | Brian Wallace

You Are What You Share [Infographic]

Just like in high school, social media has it's cliques and stereotypes too. This infographic highlights how the most popular social media sites match up with the infamous stereotypes of high school. Check it out below to learn more.

Posted 11/9/12 at 12:27 PM | Brian Wallace

Evolution of the Salesperson [Infographic]

Do you remember a time when, if you wanted to make a purchase, you had to go to a store and speak to a salesman in person?
It's interesting to note that it took 38 years for the radio to reach 50 million people, yet only 9 months for Twitter to reach the same number.
So what does this mean for salesmen? Today, seventy percent of the buying process is completed before the customer ever interacts with a salesman. It’s undeniable that, with the evolution of purchasing, salesmanship must also evolve.
This infographic, brought to you by Postwire, takes a closer look at the evolution of sales.

Posted 11/8/12 at 3:34 PM | Brian Wallace

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? [Infographic]

When you were a kid, how many times did adults ask you what you wanted to be when you grew up? From the time we're old enough to make coherent sentences, people want to know our big plans for the future. After all, the time will soon come when the next generation will be scoring touchdowns, playing music for millions, and saving lives.
From being a musician to a spy, children everywhere dream of grand adventures and making a difference. But will the jobs they dream of be around when they're old enough to apply? This infographic from shows the top 10 jobs kids hope to pursue, how much they get paid, and the how fast the field is growing. So, what do you want to be when you grow up?


Posted 11/5/12 at 11:08 AM | Brian Wallace

The Paywall Trend [Infographic]

 There is a new trend booming in the online newspaper and publication world. The paywall. What is a paywall you ask? It's when a newspaper or other website gives you teaser content and says, "Hey, you should really check this out," but then informs you that you must be a paid subscriber to view the full content.
How many newspapers are actually implementing this? The LA Times, NY Times, and Gannett (the largest newspaper publisher in the US), just to name a few. This trend isn't slowing down, so we can expect to see more websites incorporating paywalls in the coming days. Would a paywall on your favorite site effect your reading habits?
Check out this infographic from BestCollegesOnline to see how paywalls works, who's leading the movement, and who's paywalls backfired.

Posted 11/2/12 at 4:49 PM | Brian Wallace

The Presidential Battle in the Mobile App World [Infographic]

Are you curious about how the 2012 Presidential election candidates are using social media and mobile apps to reach their voters? If so, check out the infographic below presented by Startapp that highlights how both candidates are using the mobile app world in their campaigns.

Posted 11/2/12 at 1:18 PM | Brian Wallace

Facebook Psychology [Infographic]

Using the internet is like second nature to most of us. We don't even realize what we are doing or how long we've spent browsing the web or checking out Facebook. However, the amount of time we spend on the internet could have negative effects on our minds.

This infographic presented by Best Master's in Psychology provides a deeper look into internet addiction and how the internet affects our brains.

Posted 11/1/12 at 4:21 PM | Brian Wallace

Obama vs. Romney Intellectual Property Policy [Infographic]

Have you ever wondered where the 2012 presidential candidates stand on the Intellectual Property industry?

Find out by taking a look at this infographic brought to you by Likelihood of Confusion.
The Intellectual Property industry is a rapidly growing industry in the US with 74% of all US exports being related to this industry.

More than likely, you will not hear this particular topic being brought up in major debates. It is not a focus on the campaign trail, but it is an important focal point for the US job market.
Take a look at these statistics on IP as it relates to your candidate of choice.

Obama vs. Romney IP Policy

Posted 10/24/12 at 5:29 PM | Brian Wallace

Big Screen On Campus: Digital Signage [Infographic]

College campuses in the United States range from long standing heritages to relatively recent beginnings. Since the culture is constantly changing and new technology is being introduced at speeds faster than you can search the word "infographic" on Google, one begs to ask what these colleges, old and new, are doing to keep up with this tech savvy society. Visual aids have always been a part of the classroom, but how can we bring that visual aspect into this bright new era?
Our friends at Digital Signage Today produced this infographic to walk us through the importance and practicality of digital signs across college campuses and other education facilities.

Posted 10/24/12 at 2:10 PM | Brian Wallace

The Logistics of Voting [Infographic]

When you think of election day, you probably just think about who you are going to vote for and where your polling place is, right? Well, believe it or not, there is a lot more that goes into election day. This infographic presented by Click Software illustrates the logistics of voting and what all happens behind the scenes during election day. Check it out below to learn more.

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