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Infographic: Why Your Business Needs a Blog

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Blogging plays an essential role in any content marketing strategy and is a seriously effective way of gaining more website traffic, leads and customers. They help improve your search ranking and get your business seen on Google.There are many factors that go into creating an effective blog post take a look at our infographic. Brought to you by hudsonfusion.com Read More »

Infographic: Does Social Media Support Eating Disorders?

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The increasing amount of coverage in the media about the supposed link between Social Media and Eating Disorders is an indication that this argument is of importance. The question is not about if the link exists but whether or not it is a positive one. On one side there is are social online movements that openly encourage eating disorder behaviors ... Read More »

Trending Tweens: How Kids Use Social Media

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Kids as young as 6 now routinely have cell phones, which means many of them have access to social media. This infographic breaks down the trends of kids, particularly tweens, on social media. Brought to you by Fashion Playtes Read More »

Infographic: Is Your Slow Computer Affecting Your Health?

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The internet is a wonderful place, and folks spend hours everyday working and exploring its vastness. But for people with slow computers, time is spent more in frustration instead of quickly finding the information they were looking for. This infographic explores why slow computers can be detrimental to your health. Brought to you by crucial.com Read More »

Explanimation: Information Overload

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A brilliant and must see explanimation put together by Margaux Le Pierres explaining the information overload we are exposed to nowadays.  Information overload” (also known as infobesity or infoxication) is a term popularized by Alvin Toffler in his bestselling 1970 book Future Shock. It refers to the difficulty a person can have understanding an issue and making decisions that can be ... Read More »

Infographic: Sports Fans & Social Media

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Catalyst PR released this great infographic on how sports fans engage on social media this month. The IMG consulting agency collected data from over 2,100 fans of the NFL, MLB, NBA, soccer, college football and basketball, aged 16 to 64. Vice President, Michelle Gordon said that “The data came from avid fans based in the US, although soccer fans in Brazil and ... Read More »

Infographic: Are you the most annoying Facebook user type?

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What type of Facebook user are you? Do you glance at your Facebook account every so often, but never make a comment? Or, do you fit into the category of the top ten most annoying users of Facebook? A recent study has uncovered the types of users that people find the most irritating, including users who constantly post pictures of ... Read More »

Infographic: Teens, Social Media and Privacy

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Let’s face it, your kids are using social media. Whether it’s for educational purposes or just for fun, their personal information may be accessible by just about anyone, anytime. This uknowkids.com infographic shows that the latest statistics have yielded shocking results about our nation’s teens (and even adults) and their online activities. Find out: the percentage of teens who post videos of ... 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 »

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 »

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 »

Think Before You Post!

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Social Media is a vital tool that employers use to evaluate and make informed decisions on whether to hire an individual. This info-graphic looks at different areas that affect possible employment. From security, inappropriate content, alchohol, drugs and to privacy, make sure to “Think before you Post!”. Brought to you by Social Media Innovation. Brought to you by Social Media ... Read More »

Social recruiting: How to use social media to land a job

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Research shows that nearly 75 percent of companies check out potential candidates on social networks. And they’re not just digging for dirt. More and more, HR execs and recruiters are turning to social networks to scout out promising job candidates, and with good reason. One recent study by Northern Illinois University professors found study participants could more accurately predict a ... Read More »

Social Media and Leadership: The 2012 Presidential Race

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Social media has come a long way in the past few years. From photo sharing to meme generation and proliferation, to “poking” and writing in 140 characters or less, it seems as though everyone is now involved across countless social media platforms. And, as a means for garnering influence and support, especially politically, social media has more than come into ... Read More »

20 Cases Solved By Using Facebook

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Facebook is increasingly being used in both legal and ciminal investigations. Which, when you think about how much information people share on the site, makes sense (even though it’s incredibly creepy). Please check out this infographic that looks at various crimes committed and solved on Facebook. Brought to you by criminaljusticedegreesguide.com. Brought to you by criminaljusticedegreesguide.com Read More »

The Oscars 2012: When Tweets Pick Will Winners Stick?

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Here at Waggener Edstrom, we’re big movie fans. To get ready for the 84th Academy Awards taking place this Sunday, we used our WE twendz pro® analytics service to examine the conversation on Twitter around the nominees. Brought to you by Waggener Edstrom. Brought to you by Waggener Edstrom Read More »

Social Media Oscars

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From January 24 (the day nominations were announced) to February 20, Radian6 listened in on 332,422 social conversations to predict who will be taking home little gold men during this weekend’s 84th Academy Awards. We’ll have to wait until Sunday to see if the results match, but we wanted to share the winners of the 2012 Social Media Oscars: Brought ... Read More »

Wanted by FBI: Who is the Most Annoying Facebook User?

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In the style of a vintage FBI Wanted poster, we have created an infographic that details the 5 most annoying Facebook users. It is a play on words, so that FBI here means, “FaceBook Intervention” and not “Federal Bureau of Investigation”. To emphasise the theme, we have edited the FBI logo so that it reads, Department of Public Opinion: FaceBook ... Read More »

Sports and Social Media

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Now, more than ever, sports fans are using social media to stay connected with news outlets, sports personalities and each other.  To get a better understanding of this phenomenon, our GMR research team took to the virtual stands with a clipboard. The results of this infographic are based on 350 completed surveys among Top 2 Box sports fans (very or ... Read More »

The Future Of Sharing

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In five years, where will consumers be sharing content online, and why? What types of content will be shared most? How will consumers be sharing branded content? And, what will make something share-worthy in the future? Brought to you by Beyond. Brought to you by Beyond Read More »

Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs And The Social Media That Fulfill Them

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Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is often portrayed in the shape of a pyramid, with the largest and most fundamental levels of needs at the bottom, and the need for self-actualization at the top. This infographic takes Maslow’s theory and looks at the social media tools that fulfill these needs. Brought to you by ticsyformacion.com. Brought to you by ticsyformacion.com Read More »