Blog Posted In Business

Who’s Best at B2B Marketing: Facebook vs LinkedIn

By | source: Feb 3rd, 2012

As a marketing student myself, today’s infographic piqued my interest. Facebook has made a major impact with its advertisements. Whether it is for a local mom and pop taco shop or Pepsi, FB has a way to get it noticed. Although a lot of facebook users don’t pay attention to the ads. I know I rarely do.

LinkedIn is a more specialized site where its members are of the business world. They usually are proactive passionate employees that intertwine their work with their social network experience. Facebook is more of a vent for stress and pictures of last weekend’s party.

If I had to take a bet, the better B2B marketing venture in my opinion would be LinkedIn. San Diego Web Design & Marketing Agency has supplied a more detailed breakdown between the two social networking powerhouses. [Via]

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Blog Posted In Contests, Food

Win An Infographic Poster: Daily Infographic Sweepstakes!

By | source: Jun 11th, 2017

This month, we’re celebrating our 7th birthday by giving away a free infographic poster!

Our lucky winner gets “The Charted Sandwich Board” by Pop Chart Lab.  To enter, like or comment on our Facebook sweepstakes post.  The sweepstakes will run from now to Wednesday June 21, 6pm PT with a winner chosen at random. 

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Infographic Poster For Our Winning Fan

“Lettuce introduce you to our most impressive sub-mission yet: A savory chart of sandwiches! Featuring an internationally inspired, mouthwatering menu of nearly 90 hand-drawn heroes, gyros, and much, much more—from the basic Bologna to the revered Reuben to the veritable food-pocalypse that is the gut-busting Gatsby—each enticing edible has been deconstructed into its various components and sorted by primary ingredient, along with notations for country of origin and serving temp. An open-faced love letter to the super-heroes of lunchtime, this delectable diagram makes for delightful decor no matter how you slice it.

Using 100 lb. archival stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, this poster is pressed on an offset lithographic press with vegetable-based inks in Long Island City, New York.”

-Poster description from Pop Chart Lab



Sweepstakes Official Terms and Conditions

This contest is not sponsored, endorsed, or associated with Facebook itself.  All entrants officially release Facebook from liability when entering the contest.  Contestants enter the contest by liking or commenting on the sweepstakes post.  A winner will be drawn at random on June 21 after 6pm PT and announced by midnight.  Winner receives unframed poster.  Each entrant is responsible for monitoring Facebook for prize notification and receipt of other communications related to this sweepstakes.   

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Blog Posted In Tech

Wearable Technology

By | source: Amazon Jun 10th, 2017

With the massive upswing in technological advancement, the time has come to take your favorite tech, entertainment, fitness applications, social media, and all the generosities of the digital age along with you. has complied this descriptive infographic to give you a general idea of  wearable, or “smart”, tech that is available today, including some of its outstanding features.

Smart tech will have you fully integrated with the web and all its benefits throughout the day. Smart glasses allow you watch video’s and movie right on the glasses lens, search google results simply by using your eye, take first person photo’s, and more. Makes me wonder if anyone will be looking where they are going.

Heart rate monitor and blue-tooth trackers can both be found in wrist-worn devices. Benefits run from monitoring distances walked, calories burned, to tracking sleep patterns and training performance. I must admit that I do enjoy the benefits and advantages of technology and all that it brings.  Hopefully one day with all that tech on we can walk right into our flying cars.

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Blog Posted In Animals

Big Thinkers of the Animal World

By | source: Jun 5th, 2017

Thank goodness intelligence doesn’t correspond exactly to size. If it did, I don’t think we would be doing as well as we are. We’re not exactly the biggest creatures on the planet. But, when it comes to true intelligence, it’s us humans that have the upper hand, and much to our advantage.

This infographic shows that you can measure an animals’ intelligence by comparing the ratio of the weight of its brain, to the weight of its body. That being said, it’s easy to see why we associate big animals with being rather “dumb” animals (as the stereotype goes).

What puts us on top of the intelligence list are the extra cortical neurons that we possess. They make up the cortex of the brain. This in turns, puts us atop the intelligence rankings, regardless of our less than impressive, and lanky physical stature. Have a look at the sizes of these 10 deadly animals.    [Via]

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Blog Posted In Lifestyle

What Women Want During Dating

By | source: Meetmoi May 29th, 2017

If there were some kind of manual on dating, it would have saved me years of angst about how to deal with girls.  Girls please don’t take that personally, I just find it very hard to know what you want!  But I bet you feel the same way about guys.  We’re just picking on you today.

At least we have the internet these days, and the benefit of some data gathering.  This dating infographic puts together questions about the various dating situations, in hopes of clearing things up for the guys!

Most women will google a guy before dating, so make sure your online profile is acceptable.  Choosing the perfect venue doesn’t seem to be a big issues, and most are happy to make it to first base on the first date.  What surprised me was that 47% of women want to wait 3-5 months before admitting they have a boyfriend.  So much for being clingy!

Well whatever you ladies do, I am sure you have your reasons. The dating world is often a rather confusing and awkward place, both sexes playing strange and unfamiliar games. To all the ladies reading this, please let us know if girls really do just wanna have fun, and if not, check out this infographic about picturing your big day.

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Blog Posted In Environment, Health

Principles of Permaculture

By | source: May 26th, 2017

The concept of permaculture is a relatively new concept to modern agriculture, but it’s fast-gaining momentum as the go-to method of sustainability and saving Mother Earth.  It’s the idea of developing ecosystems that are sustainable and self sufficient, ie having one a piece of land that can fully feed and sustain a group of people.

The 3 core principals of permaculture that create it overall vision are: Earth care, People care, and Fair share. What these basically means is that when you care for the earth while looking out for your fellow community, everyone will have their fair share. Through the principles and practices of permaculture, waste is minimized, production output is increased, resources are re-used, re-engineered and re-applied, integration and diversity are created, and a sustained balance can be brought about between man and nature.

The global impact of permaculture stems from a change in how we look after and treat our planet. We only have one, and I believe that this is the instrument that can bring an immense and positive change to the environment as well as the lives of the people living within it.  Here are interesting facts about the growth of allotment gardens in recent years to give you some better insight.    [Via]

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