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Memorial Day: Remembering The Fallen


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 …

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Easter by the Numbers

Easter by the numbers

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.

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Horn of Africa Sees Worst Drought in 60 Years

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A famine is occurring in several regions in the Horn of Africa as a result of a severe drought that is affecting the entire Eastern Africa region. The drought, said to be “the worst in 60 years”,has caused a severe food crisis across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya that threatens the livelihood of more than 12 million people. This infographic provides …

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What is A Top Real Estate Agent


Everyone wants to work with a top-rated real estate agent, but what really defines a top agent? Expertise, experience, and going the extra mile. Get your home sold faster and for more money with a top-rated real estate agent! Brought to you by movoto.com.

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Are you Familiar with QR Codes?


Lab42 surveyed 500 Americans over the age of 13 to discover where people saw QR codes, how they were using them, and why they were scanning (or not). Brought to you by lab42.com.

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Mobile marketing via SMS


90% of the world now lives in a place with access to a mobile network. Better yet, an SMS lands straight in the hands of the potential customer unlike many alternative mediums which often get lost in the cluttered world of advertising. Brought to you by smsglobal.com.

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The Dark Side of Social Media, How Phishing Hooks Users


At the end of last year, 43% of all social networking users had been on the receiving end of phishing attacks. Phishing is the term used for the act of tricking someone into handing over his/her login credentials in order to gather and exploit personal information. How do you avoid being attacked on social media sites? Let’s take a look …

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A Hierarchy Of Communication


Today’s businesses have many different ways to communicate with customers using social media tools. Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and email can help build engagement, brand awareness, and generate sales. However, depending on your message and desired outcome, one may be more effective than another. Understanding which to use when will help make your social media efforts successful. Brought to you by …

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Distracted Driving Statistics


What is Distracted Driving and how serious of a problem are distractions to drivers? Read the infographic below to learn more about distracted driving statistics and become aware of the potential dangers involved by not paying attention to the road. Brought to you by  CompareAutoInsurance.com.

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Healthcare Associated Infections: The Unknown Killer


Each year, Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) affect millions of patients and add billions of dollars to healthcare costs in the U.S. GE’s Healthcare division is aggressively working to find ways to address this issue and prevent the widespread occurrence of HAIs in the future. GE and JESS3 partnered to create an infographic which visualizes several statistics related to the spread …

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Women on the Front Lines


Women are still banned from combat positions in the U.S. military, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been involved in every major conflict in recent history. Here’s a look and how and where women serve. A collaboration between GOOD and Column Five Media.

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The Art of Naming a Business


Choosing a name may not seem like the biggest challenge company faces, but the right name can influence buyes and become a staple of you company’s entire image. Brought to you by Webs.

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Google’s Product Graveyard


This is by no means a prediction about Google+. In fact, if the initial reviews (which are mixed but with some heavy hitters buying in pretty big) then maybe, just maybe, this list won’t include the latest social effort from the search giant. For now though, it is interesting to see just how much experimentation the Goog has done and …

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Blended Learning: A Disruptive Innovation


Blended learning is a disruptive innovation in education that can take many forms. Here, we look at what blended learning is, why it’s spreading, and how it works in real and virtual classrooms. Brough to you by Knewton.com.

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That’s What THAY Say


Read the Hunch blog enough, and you’ll be able to pick out airplane aisle and window seaters while you wait to board. In just five minutes of small talk, you can make a good guess about whether a stranger uses a Mac or a PC. And here’s a fun one: Go to a catered business meeting and try to figure out who’s liberal, conservative, …

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A Trip Through Twitter’s Lazyweb


The term lazyweb has been used to describe the act of outsourcing questions to people online, particularly when the people asking are admittedly too lazy to research themselves. Brought to you by Inboxq.com in collaboration with Column Five.

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The Essential Do it Yourself Guide to Successful Linkbait


Ever wonder what it takes to put together a successful link bait campaign? If you have any experience you probably can tell everyone a few things about unsuccessful ones. Truth is, linkbait campaigns aren’t easy mainly because the order of the day is to wing it and see what happens. That is usually the most expeditious way to get the …

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