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Infographic: 2014 FIFA World Cup

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Football (soccer) enthusiasts around the world are eagerly waiting for the onset of the 2014 FIFA World Cup to be held in Brazil from June 12 to July 13. While anything is possible, all pointers are that Brazil will win this edition. This year’s world cup games are unique in many aspects and this could explain why many people are ... Read More »

Infographic: How To Express Your Love in Many Different Languages

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For many people, Valentine’s Day is a celebration with the ones they love. Since the holiday’s supposed origin in Christian and ancient Roman tradition, and the declaration of February 14 as St. Valentine’s Day by Pope Gelasius in the 5th century, nations all around the world honor Valentine’s Day as a popular day to say, “I Love You.” Now, with ... Read More »

Sochi 2014 – Winter Olympics Infographic

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The moment you realize that you need the world to make yourself happy, you begin to realize that there’s so much in the world that can make your life an interesting powerful human data filled with meaning and delight. One way of filling your life with full of entrancement and excitement is by playing tennis or indulging in sports, even ... Read More »

Infographic: Decorate Your Family Tree with a Personalized Ornament!

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This holiday season, the Personalization Mall family is excited to provide our loyal customers with a fun gift guide so you are 100% satisfied with your personalized ornament – and we’re thrilled to be able to open our doors and invite you to help us Decorate Our Family Tree this year! Are you ready to get started? Brought to you ... Read More »

The Intriguing World of The Mommy Blogging Business

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Large and small companies are hiring mom bloggers all over the world to represent their companies as brand ambassadors. Take a look at the infographic below to find out why your brand should hire Mom bloggers! Why? You Might ask, the numbers speak for themselves. There are 83 Million mothers in the U.S. alone, 72 Million of them use the ... Read More »

Infographic: Back to School

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I never looked forward to Back to School season as a child.  Although I enjoyed school supply shopping (especially clothes shopping), I dreaded having to go back to a routine of homework and tests.  But, what about parents?  How do you feel about Back to School season? Love it or hate it, we know everyone has an opinion.  We put together ... Read More »

Memorial Day: Remembering The Fallen

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Whatever you do this holiday weekend, take a moment to appreciate what it really all means. Ultimatecoupons wanted to pay homage to the heroes that fight for our country.  The infographic below has several interesting facts about the inception of Memorial Day and common practices to honor our servicemen.  They also included information about one of America’s favorite pastimes, the Memorial ... Read More »

It’s ten o clock, do you know where your children are?

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Let’s face it: The Internet is a staple in the lives of today’s kids—and as a result, stranger danger has taken on a whole new form. Mobile phones and social networks make it all too easy for kids to get online—and even easier for them to find themselves in unsafe situations. Cyberbullies, internet predators and viruses abound! Luckily, parents are ... Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: SOPA’s Evil Twin Sister: CISPA even worse than SOPA

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Both SOPA and PIPA were met by public outrage, and big companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter were active in fighting legislation. CISPA isn’t getting the same attention. In fact it is supported by a handful of Fortune 500 companies, including Microsoft, IBM, and AT&T. You can read what the rich guys are saying, and the bill, HERE. Even Facebook supports CISPA; the question ... Read More »

Men Are From Google+, Women Are From Pinterest

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With all due respect to John Gray, men are not from Mars and women are not from Venus. Well ok they may be from there, but they don’t currently reside there. At least not in the context of social media. Created by Online MBA, the infographic below lays out some very telling and insightful info such as the fact that 2/3 of ... Read More »

The Facts About Voter Suppression

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The right to vote is under attack. In response to record voter turnout in 2008, we’ve seen an uptick in state legislation aimed to suppress the vote. Voter suppression measures have been introduced in more than 20 states, and recently passed in critical swing states like Virginia, Pennsylvania and Minnesota. All of these suppression measures — from voter ID laws, ... Read More »

How ‘Kony 2012′ Went Viral

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KONY 2012 is a film created by Invisible Children, Inc. to promote the organization’s mission to bring attention to Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony’s alleged crimes. Invisible Children, Inc. hopes that by spreading the story of victims of Kony, he will be captured and punished for his actions. While Kony is still considered the head of the LRA, a guerilla group ... Read More »

Why Gas Prices Are Too Damn High

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Getting an online degree means you can get an education at your convenience. But one of the best things about an online education is never driving to campus. With gas prices continually rising, driving has become a burden to millions of people around the world. High gas prices hit student wallets the hardest as they try to pay for gas ... Read More »

Save Trees: Recycle Your Moving Boxes

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How many cardboard moving boxes will you use the next time you move? If your response is “a lot,” “dozens” or “so many I can’t count,” you need to see this infographic. Our research team crunched some numbers and discovered not only how many boxes you’re likely to use, but how many the entire population of 42 million Americans moving ... Read More »

The Inbound Marketing Explosion

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Marketing used to be about paying for your audience’s attention and trying to lure them away from whatever they were doing before. But thanks to the web, the game has changed. Inbound marketing encompasses a number of tactics that attract customers by offering them useful, relevant information. Using inbound marketing, you can zero in on customers who are eager to ... Read More »

Women at Work: Sound Bytes, Statistics of Women Who Lead

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Women today are making professional strides at an unprecedented level. We are seeing women start businesses at 1.5 times the national average, a 20 percent increase over the last decade. We’re also seeing educated women at record numbers; women now hold more bachelor’s and graduate degrees than men. There is still a disparity in earnings and leadership titles across genders, ... Read More »

Instagram: From Zero to $1 Billion in 17 Months

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When Instagram launched its first app in October 2010, it did not strike most people as the kind of startup that would be acquired for $1 billion. Designers at Visually have compiled an infographic that documents the startup’s journey from photo app to $1 billion startup using, appropriately, Instagram photos. Brought to you by Visual.ly via Mashable. Brought to you ... Read More »

Baldness 101

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When it comes to baldness, people often don’t think of it much beyond “Please, oh please, let that never happen to me.” Well, maybe it’s time you learned a bit more about baldness: its causes, its prevalence, its treatments and how we feel about it. Hold on to your hair; you’re about to learn something. Brought to you by canadadrugcenter.com. ... Read More »

How Do Family Law Attorneys Use Social Media For Evidence?

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This infographic explores how certain cases like the one above have led to legal definitions of what one can expect on Facebook or other social networks. On Facebook, for example, one cannot reasonably expect privacy, so you’d better not post anything you might want to keep hidden from your soon-to-be-ex if you’re in the middle of a divorce. You can ... Read More »

Easter by the Numbers

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The people of Degreesearch.org made a fun Easter Infographic with some shocking chocolate facts. Designed a year ago yet still the best Easter infographic made so far. Read More »

Beware Of These Internet Related Illnesses

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Working on the computer and surfing the internet has become totally unavoidable these days, in fact the local weather forecast, the daily news or updating your Facebook status are just a few mouse clicks away. The hack it’s like having the world at your fingertips. However having the Internet at your fingertips at all times might not always be a ... Read More »

The Death of Manners

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Please. Thank you. No, sir. Yes, ma’am. If these words sound foreign to you, it’s because we are in the middle of a rude awakening: manners, it seems, are dead in today’s society—and it’s not going unnoticed. In fact, 76% of adults believe Americans are ruder and less civilized than they were 20 or 30 years ago. From the road ... Read More »