Infographics Archives

Here's how to earn $26 million in 36 minutes

celebrity fight night - business man with boxing gloves
November 14, 2013 by in Featured | Infographics | Sports

Do you know how to earn $26,000,000 in 36 minutes? Manny Pacquiao, the all-famous boxing champ, earned that money in his fight against Timothy Bradley. Pacquiao is scheduled to fight Brandon Rios in a welterweight match at the Grand Venetian in Macau on November 23, and a lot is at stake in this match. The… Read More →

Here’s how to earn $26 million in 36 minutes

celebrity fight night - business man with boxing gloves
November 14, 2013 by in Featured | Infographics | Sports

Do you know how to earn $26,000,000 in 36 minutes? Manny Pacquiao, the all-famous boxing champ, earned that money in his fight against Timothy Bradley. Pacquiao is scheduled to fight Brandon Rios in a welterweight match at the Grand Venetian in Macau on November 23, and a lot is at stake in this match. The… Read More →

Creating A Small Business Refund Policy


Did you know that businesses incur up to $14.8 billion per year in fraudulent returns? Or that 91% of customers say that a store’s return policy greatly influences their purchasing decisions? In a competitive market, a smart refund policy can keep your small business from being in the red. Here is advice on how to… Read More →

How hirable are you?

Interview Questions Never To Ask

In a dreary economy, any job might seem like a good fit but many careers (i.e.: IT) require specific skills.  The career experts at Computer Systems Institute did some digging and found interesting stats on reasons career-specific training makes you the best hire. For instance, they found: •   43% of people with licenses or certifications… Read More →

Helping small businesses keep records

Medical Records Technician

Nearly 28 million small businesses are in operation in the U.S. About 1 in 5 small businesses have employees, but all have something in common: the need to ensure accurate record keeping, from earnings and fiscal data to tax records. And while that can be cumbersome for small-business owners, there are things entrepreneurs can do… Read More →

The high cost of disengaged employees

$550 billion: That is the cost of lost productivity thanks to disengaged employees. Build your team, build your business. Having your own space at work has its advantages; we all want that corner office, right? But research suggests that consistently working alone lowers morale and affects overall work ethic. We invite you to use this… Read More →

Benefits of Going Mobile: Mobile Email Infographic

August 9, 2013 by in Infographics | Mobile | Tech

Mobile devices are rapidly replacing PCs as the primary means of checking email and will soon become the primary avenue for consumer spending, but businesses have been shockingly slow to adapt – 3 in 4 DO NOT optimize their emails for mobile viewers. That’s giving forward-thinking companies and opportunity to have the inside track on… Read More →

The 7 Fastest Growing Industries of 2013 – Infographic

2013 Biggest Fastest Growing Business Industries
July 24, 2013 by in Infographics

The economy is, thankfully, recovering, and entrepreneurialism has played a large role in helping it along. One of the most interesting parts of this recovery, however, is the emergence of new types of industry. Businesses have found all new niches to fill, and seven industries in particular have shown substantial growth in 2013:

Safety First: The Cost of Slip-and-Fall Accidents Infographic

Safety First
July 17, 2013 by in Infographics

Did you know that 95 million work days per year are lost due to slip-and-fall injuries? Accidents involving slips and falls are the leading cause of workers’ compensation claims, costing an average of $20,000 per accident and sending 9 million people to the hospital every year. A few facts: 55%: Wet walking surface is the… Read More →

Let Freedom Ring – A Fourth of July Infographic

Let Freedom Ring
July 1, 2013 by in Events | Infographics

Apple pie, baseball and the Fourth of July: It’s hard for one to think of three more stereotypically American things. Have a Bruce Springsteen album playing in the background and you’d have an Americana overload. Come to think of it, if you ever see someone eating apple pie at a baseball game on the Fourth… Read More →

The Retirement Savings Crisis – Infographic


If you are not saving as much as you should for retirement, you are not alone. Numerous surveys indicate that a staggering number of Americans are not saving enough for a comfortable retirement and many American workers are saving little or none of their income. The visualization below highlights the lack of preparation that will… Read More →

1 In 5 Americans Have Less Than $100 In Savings To Cover An Emergency – Infographic

Household Rainy Day Funds Still in Short Supply - Infographic
June 21, 2013 by in Banking | Economy | Finance | Infographics

The annual CashNetUSA survey of 1,000 Americans conducted by online lender CashNetUSA shows 22 percent of Americans have less than $100 in savings to cover an emergency expense while 46 percent report having less than $800. The survey documents a consistent percentage of individuals with varying socio-economic backgrounds living paycheck to paycheck again this year.… Read More →

State of Business Ethics in the U.S. – Infographic

Business Ethics - Infographic
June 18, 2013 by in Careers | Infographics

Did you know that 34% of employees think their managers are unethical? More Americans are finding work right now, which is good news. The bad news? We may not be behaving ourselves while we’re there. Reports of workplace-ethics lapses are dropping slightly as backlash against those who speak out is rising – and there are… Read More →

It Pays To Be The Boss – Infographic


TOP 15 HIGHEST PAID CEOS Did you know that John H. Hammergren is the highest paid CEO, making $131,190,000 per year for McKesson? In fact, the top 15 CEOs all make more than $40M annually. While this fuels the continuing debate over income inequality in America, there is also a growing shift towards tying CEO… Read More →

Small Business Big Target – Crime Infographic

Bolt Insurance - Small Business Crime Infographic - Featured

Did you know that small businesses are 35 times more likely to be a victim of crime? Or that $656,982,032 worth of office equipment is stolen annually? Despite the amount of money larger businesses make, the size and security measures taken may be intimidating to a white collar thief. Small businesses often make the best… Read More →

Biking To Work – Who Needs A Car?

Bike to Work
April 16, 2013 by in Featured | Green | Infographics | Sports

Did you know that Americans collectively make 4 billion trips by bike each year, up from 1.7 billion in 2001? While driving is still most Americans’ primary means of getting to and from work every day, cycling is gaining ground as an option in more and more cities across the United States, and it’s not… Read More →

What’s the Chance a Startup Business will Fail?

Staff Infographic
April 12, 2013 by in Infographics | Small Biz

Blame it on the media when people seem to think that their hot tech startup business will make them a billionaire by their mid-20s. Being a startup ourselves, is very interested in the factors that contribute to a startup’s success, so we created this infographic on those factors, or chances that your startup business… Read More →

Follow The Money: How Small Businesses Get Funding


Finding the cash to launch your business or keep it running can be a daunting task. Whether you are reaching into your pocketbook (or someone else’s), borrowing money from a bank or seeking a cash-heavy investor, every enterprenuer knows that without cash, success is out of reach. With this infographic courtesy of Bolt Insurance, you… Read More →

The Business Of Running For President

Business Of Running For President
November 5, 2012 by in Infographics | Politics

Much like running a corporation, running for president is an expensive and time-consuming undertaking. Just like a corporation, a campaign involves employees, money management, public relations, advertising and the selling of a product or service. Which in this case is the person running for office. In this graphic, we take a look at just what… Read More →

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 →

A Day In The Internet

A Day In The Internet
April 21, 2012 by in Infographics

The numbers are in the thousands, millions, even billions range. We all realize that the internet is important. But do you know exactly what happens in only one day? This infographic from shares the staggering numbers for just how much we use the internet. Do these numbers surprise you? Or do you think they should… 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 →

Mastering Your Email Marketing Campaigns

February 25, 2012 by in Infographics

How’s that inbox looking? The average user receives 147 emails per day. The majority of those emails are deleted or ignored. When we email, what words we choose and even how long it will take to process an email greatly impact the kind of response you will receive to your email marketing campaigns. This infographic… Read More →