Infographics Archives

Mastering Your Email Marketing Campaigns

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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 →

Promotion Secrets

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February 11, 2012 by in Infographics

Getting a promotion is a cornerstone in anyone’s career that symbolizes career development, and usually a fatter paycheck. However, promotions have a long-time reputation of mystery in timing and explanation. How do managers and executives really decide who gets the corner office, and who gets left behind? Have you ever suspected favoritism to play a… Read More →

First Impressions On A Job Interview

First Impressions on a Job Interview
January 28, 2012 by in Infographics

First impressions are important – especially when that first impression is a job interview. This infographic, by Classes and Careers, crunches the numbers on everything you wish you’d known before your job interview. Now you can learn from these tips and tricks, avoid the mistakes, and land that next job opportunity! Do you agree or… Read More →

Social Media Marketing For Startups

Social Media Marketing
January 14, 2012 by in Infographics

Social media is a continuous topic of curiosity for small and large businesses alike. For startups, social media can help get the initial word out, create a buzz around a new product or service, and reach a diverse demographic. This infographic, by Udemy, examines how startups can leverage social media efforts as a tool to… Read More →

The Small Business Year In Review 2011 & Outlook For 2012

Small Business Year In Review
December 31, 2011 by in Infographics

The Small Business Year In Review 2011 & Outlook For 2012 Being a part of a slow economic recovery can take its toll on anyone, especially those who are trying to maintain and grow a business. Particularly, small business owners have had a lot to overcome throughout 2011, including a credit crunch and general uncertainty… Read More →

Holiday Office Outlook for 2011

Holiday Office Outlook
December 17, 2011 by in Infographics

Holiday Office Outlook for 2011 The holiday office outlook for 2011 is merry and bright! According to CareerBuilder’s infographic, most workers have bonuses, parties, gifts and even cash to enjoy this year. But, of course, don’t forget to pick up a special gift for your boss! We want to hear from you! What is your… Read More →

Amazon.com – Its Unprecedented Growth

Fathoming Amazon.com
December 3, 2011 by in Infographics | Tech

Seventeen years ago, Jeff Bezos founded Amazon.com as an online bookstore with inventory in his own garage. Now, Amazon serves 137 million customers a week from 25 million square feet of warehouse inventory. From the garage in Bellevue, Washington to the giant that it is today, here are nine things you need to know about… Read More →

Thanksgiving Day By The Numbers

Thanksgiving Day - Infographic courtesy of Visual.ly
November 19, 2011 by in Infographics

Thanksgiving Day By The Numbers Thanksgiving Day 2011 is in less than a week. As Americans enjoy Thanksgiving and its turkey, stuffing, cranberries, potatoes and pumpkin pies, Credit Donkey compiled the facts and figures about our national holiday. But before the rush of the holidays begin, take some time to reflect on the bounty this country… Read More →

Fall Buying: What Do You Purchase?

Fall Buying - Infographic courtesy of Visual.ly
November 5, 2011 by in Infographics

Fall Buying: What do you purchase? From back-to-school shopping to pre-holiday shopping, the fall buying season is booming for retailers. This infographic, from Milo, explains which retail products see the biggest profit in seasonal fall buying, along with which retail products see a profit in the summer or winter. What do you find yourself splurging… Read More →

SEO — A Quick Guide to Search Engine Optimization

SEO — A Quick Guide to Search Engine Optimization
October 22, 2011 by in Infographics

This infographic illustrates several Search Engine Optimization components from keywords to link building to pay-per-click campaigns. SEO ( Search Engine Optimization ) has become a major catchphrase in today’s Internet-driven market. But what exactly is SEO? And how does one build a successful campaign? Study over this guide for some beginning tips: via   [stextbox… Read More →

Modern Media And The Consumer

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October 8, 2011 by in Infographics | Tech

Who uses modern media to get their news? And specifically, what kind of media outlets do they prefer? This infographic, from Flowtown, explains how people find news using media sources, what kind of news they are getting, and where exactly they are getting their news on the Web. via [stextbox id="grey"] Modern Media Consumer Infographic… Read More →

Home Productivity: Just How Productive Are Telecommuters?

CareerBuilder Survey, Home Productivity
September 24, 2011 by in Infographics | Workforce

Home Productivity: Just How Productive Are Telecommuters? CareerBuilder‘s recent survey says telecommuters are working longer hours now than in pre-recession times. And it’s no wonder why more people are working from home — it saves money, and you don’t have to deal with the boss in person. But, for those working from home, are they… Read More →

The Impact of Apple Products

Apple Products, Impact on Education

The Impact of Apple Products On Wednesday, August 25, 2011, Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple. But this doesn’t mean Apple products haven’t had an impact on many of our lives, especially in the education realm. According to a Visual.ly infographic, submitted by amie: Apple is known for making waves in the technology industry… Read More →

Infographic: Post-Recession Employment Trends

Post-Recession Employment Trends, Pew Research
August 13, 2011 by in Economy | Infographics | Workforce

Regarding employment trends, the sluggish recovery from the Great Recession has been better for men than for women, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data. The post-recession trends are a sharp turnabout from the gender patterns that prevailed during the recession itself, when men lost more than twice… Read More →