Infographics Archives

Promotion Secrets

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 → – Its Unprecedented Growth

December 3, 2011 by in Infographics | Tech

Seventeen years ago, Jeff Bezos founded 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
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
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

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 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 →

Who’s Making Online Phone Calls?

Internet Phone Call Demographic, Pew Research Infographic
July 30, 2011 by in Infographics | Tech

Online phone calls are free or cheaper than other types of phone calling, and it is now enabled on many smartphones and tablet computers. After years of modest activity, online phone calling has taken off as a quarter of American adult internet users (24%) have placed phone calls online. That amounts to 19% of all… Read More →

NASA Shuttle Atlantis Landing Tribute: Space Exploration Infographic

NASA Shuttle Infographic

NASA Shuttle Atlantis made a flawless landing Thursday morning (July 21st) in the early morning hours, marking the end of an era as the 30-year program comes to a close. As heartfelt goodbyes and tears of joy filled the Kennedy Space Center, Chris Ferguson, NASA Shuttle Atlantis mission commander, spoke a hopeful note. “The space… Read More →

Is College Worth It?

College Statistics, Pew Research Studies
July 16, 2011 by in Education | Infographics

College Worth: College provides plenty of intellectual and possible economic benefits. However, the dismal job prospects for new college graduates have revived debates about whether college is worth it. Is College Worth It? Let’s explore the attitudes of the public and college presidents about the value, cost, quality, mission and payoff of college education. The… Read More →

Infographic: Who Uses Twitter?

June 26, 2011 by in Infographics | Marketing | Tech

We all know that Facebook is popular, but what about Twitter? In just one year, Twitter’s popularity has exploded. Television shows have integrated it into their programming, and businesses have discovered its a useful tool. Nearly everyone has one, but the question is, “Who uses Twitter?” Well, you’re in luck. Here are the stats and… Read More →

The Five C’s of Arizona

March 26, 2011 by in Economy | Infographics

Copper, cattle, cotton, citrus and climate. These “Five C’s” were the core of Arizona’s economy when it first became a state. Though not as important today, they assist in bringing residents and tourists alike to Arizona. If you went to elementary school here you may have heard of these in the classroom. If not, here… Read More →

Historic Route 66

Route 66 information

First established in 1926, Route 66 is an American legend. Though it was, for all intents and purposes, “decommissioned” in 1985, the road still lives on in the various states it passed through. In Arizona it exists today as State Route 66. Take a look at the infographic below for more information about the historic… Read More →

Population To Reach 7 Billion By The End Of 2011

February 26, 2011 by in Green | Infographics | Travel

Recently, National Geographic ran a feature on the world population.  Specifically, the fact that by the end of 2011 there will be 7 billion people in the world.  To put that in perspective, you could walk around the world 133 times in 7 billion steps.  And if 7 billion people isn’t daunting enough, it is… Read More →

Where Are Americans Getting Their News?

February 12, 2011 by in Business News | Infographics | Tech

For the past ten years television has been the most popular source of news for Americans, but according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center internet is quickly gaining ground towards becoming the most popular news source in America. In fact, among 18 to 29 year olds it already is, though for those… Read More →

Apple Now Worth Over $300 Billion

Apple Banner
January 22, 2011 by in Finance | Infographics | Tech

As of January 3, Apple’s market capitalization passed $300 billion, making them the second most valuable company in the world (just behind Exxon Mobil).  Since the bump that put them over the $300 billion mark, Apple’s value took a slight dip with the news that Steve Jobs, CEO and public face of the company, would… Read More →

At A Glance: Job Satisfaction

Infograph: Job Satisfaction
January 8, 2011 by in Featured | Infographics | Workforce

Are you satisfied with YOUR job? Take a look at the infographic below to see just how many employees plan to stay with their current employer over the next year. Then find out why they’re staying and why they’re calling it quits.

Arizona Bowl Game Statistics

December 25, 2010 by in Events | Infographics

It’s that time of year again…bowl game time.  The Insight Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and BCS National Championship Game are fast approaching and come December 28, the top college football teams will be facing down in Tempe and Glendale.  Take a look at this infographic for information on the three Arizona football bowl games and stats… Read More →