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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.
Statistical data shows that Africa contains some of the poorest countries in the world. However, many countries are beginning to show signs of hope. International Business Guide has created an infographic entitled “Business is Booming in Africa” detailing how this country is improving its status in the worldwide economic climate.
Driving down the road, you’ll notice many hybrid or fuel efficient vehicles. But even with the move toward more environmentally friendly transportation, the United States still consumes the most oil of any country, followed by China. Finance Degree Center has created an infographic entitled “Gassed”, highlighting facts and statistics surrounding the oil industry.
The entertainment industry has surrendered to the zombie culture. Check out how we have welcomed the undead since the 1930s in this infographic from Wish.co.uk.
For all of the NBA fans who can’t wait to the NBA playoffs and the NBA Finals this year, here is a best guess visual of who will be the NBA Champions for the 2013-2014 season. Will Miami 3-peat? Will the Pacers finally have the team power to dethrone Miami in the East? Who are the favorites in the West?
According to the US Consumer Expenditure Survey, baby boomers are known to surpass other generations by spending as much as $400 billion on consumer goods in a year. Their top expenditure includes consumer technology products and home computers, gadgets, plush vacations, online shopping and home improvement.
This infographic shows how much grease the average fast food restaurant in the U.S. produces every day. Not only that, but it also shows how much grease is produced over a week, month, and year. To take the calculations even further, it reveals just how much grease is produced by all restaurants in the U.S. every day, week, month, and year.
Gengo.com worked with Dr. Nick Morgan, a Forbes contributor and body language expert to help conceptualize and inform this infographic. It looks at different common business scenarios and helps readers to put their best foot forward from a body language perspective.
Marketing is a twisted, winding road, with many dead ends. Website content, along with social network marketing, are two ways to ensure that you stay in tune with your customers. As soon as search engine optimization (SEO) is mentioned, however, many marketers run the other direction. With so much mis-information out there about SEO, what do you believe?
App Optimization for iOS 7, which has been specially designed for iOS app developers. It offers insights on the new features and tools available in Apple’s latest OS, and encourages app developers (who have not yet made the iOS 7 leap) to move their apps forward to avoid providing users with an outdated app experience.
This infographic features interesting wine facts and little-known statistics that will definitely get the conversation started at your next party. For instance, did you know that there are 10,000 varieties of wine grapes worldwide? Also, the average age of a French Oak Tree harvested for use in creating wine barrels is 170 years old?
By the year 2018, there will be 1.4 million computer specialist jobs available, but only enough college graduates to fill a fraction of them. In this infographic, discover some amazing projects that may become a part of our future, thanks to computer scientists.
Marketing that revolves around a calendar and bad assumptions about customers isn’t even close to being as effective as sending a message that’s based on someone’s specific intent, behavior or preferences. This infographic depicts why marketers need to let go of the campaign calendar and adopt a more customer-centric approach.
How much are you paying in tax towards pleasure products like alcohol, cigarettes, gambling and marijuana? This infographic gives you an idea how much you would be paying for these items if tax was excluded from the price.