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David Wallace is a search & social media marketer who lives in Anthem Arizona with his lovely wife. Interests & hobbies include all things Disney, roller coasters, musicianship and Christianity. Follow +David Wallace on Google + as well as Twitter.
If you are like most startups, spending $5000+ a month on tools is simply not feasible. That is okay. There are plenty of free alternatives to these tools that are more than good enough. This infographic features the cream of the crop of free digital marketing tools.
Online reviews are first & foremost with consumers. The problem is, anyone can trash your online reputation with hateful, negative comments. So what do you do to protect your business online? Check out this helpful infographic to get excellent advices about defending your business online.
Fiat manufactures and sells automobiles and light commercial vehicles, engines, transmission systems, automotive-related components, metallurgical products, and production systems. The company is now known as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV following Fiat’s takeover of the Chrysler Group LLC in a $4.35 billion agreement in early 2014.
They are ubiquitous in our daily lives, but often we don’t give them a second thought. Vending machines occupy a small niche in retail industry, but last year they took in £1.85 billion in the UK alone. With over 37 million vending machines worldwide, Westways Vending explores the hidden world of vending, including some of the more unusual and interesting vending machines in the world.
Teaching children to be active is very important to development. Getting them involved in football is a great activity. This infographic from Sports4Kids covers this topic and shows best practice and the steps involved in getting your children involved.
This infographic from the folks at Clarity Way Rehab explores evidence that video games might or might not be addictive, and what people are at the most risk of addiction to a video game.
Do you assume that because you paid more for your luxury vehicle, you are getting your money’s worth? You might be disappointed. The following infographic from CJ Pony Parts takes a look at luxury cars and if they are worth the money.
Do you ever wonder how to use videos to market your company brand? If you’re confused, that’s okay. The following infographic from Plumlytics below breaks down five of the biggest social video channels in the market today.
Earlier this year, the folks at Palo Alto Software wrote a white paper on the state of small business in the first quarter of 2014, based off of the survey that they conducted of nearly 400 small business owners. The results were so interesting and the data had so much to say, that they decide to compile it together for you in this infographic.
Window design has evolved continuously over the centuries, so windows can be of invaluable assistance in dating buildings, and later phases of alteration. The importance of windows does not just rest in their overall appearance, but in details such as their construction and materials, their fittings and mechanics, and even the very glass that is the reason for their existence.
One of the main concerns facing people considering cosmetic surgery is how long it will take to recover. If you have a holiday planned or an important work conference to attend you’ll want to be confident that cosmetic surgery isn’t going to get in the way. To help make things clearer, the folks at MyBreast have created a Cosmetic Surgery Recovery Cheat Sheet.
The United States Air Force coined the term “UFO” in 1952. While no UFO has ever been tracked on radar entering the Earth’s atmosphere, there are an average of 70,000 reported UFO sightings every year. That’s an average of 192 per day. In the following infographic, UFO Digest has put together some useful facts about [...]
This infographic from Gary A. Peterson highlights how many trucks and other vehicles are involved in fatal accidents each year, as well as how many pedestrians and cyclists are killed as a result. Also included is the total number of fatal truck accidents in the U.S. between 2004 and 2008—and the number is a staggering one.
This infographic takes a closer look at the brain science behind how we see and make sense of the logos and brands we encounter every day. From seeing color and shape, then adding meaning from past experience—the whole process amazingly takes less than 400 milliseconds. Then things get interesting. The logo design can actually change human behavior.