Irma Wallace (Author's Website)
Co-founder and Vice President of SearchRank, responsible for many of the day to day operations of the company. She is also founder of The Arizona Builders' Zone, a construction / home improvement portal. Follow +Irma Wallace on Google + as well as Twitter.
Big data is being generated by everything around us at all times. Every digital process and social media exchange produces it. Systems, sensors and mobile devices transmit it. A 2012 Gartner report predicts that data will grow 800 percent over the next five years and 80 percent of the data will be unstructured.
Logos give a clear impression of your company and help establish your brand by communicating consistent messages to potential customers. Before customers ever walk through your doors or visit your website, they’ve likely formed opinions about your company based solely on your logo.
Motivating your employees can be a hard task. Check out this helpful infographic to find out how major companies motivate their employees. Follow the steps of these business giants and keep your employees happy.
A whole sub culture of vaping has arisen for the popularity of e cigarettes. This infographic from Purplebox explores some of the most elaborate and intricately modified e cigarettes and some of the biggest influencers on the vaping and mods movement online.
In addition to impacting millions of lives, cancer is the second-leading cause of adult deaths. Learn about the most dangerous and deadly cancers found in men and women in the U.S. in this infographic.This information is based on 2013 cancer facts provided by the American Cancer Society.
Venture Capital is one of those things that’s often discussed, but maybe not completely understood. You’ll often hear about a company being “venture backed” or famous venture capital firms that make hugely profitable investments in things like Facebook. It’s rare, though, to see a breakdown of how the venture capital industry actually works.
Same-sex marriage is legally recognized in some jurisdictions within the United States and by the federal government. To-date nineteen States have legalized same-sex marriage in the U.S. As a result of the Supreme Court’s June 2013 decision to strike down a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act, same-sex couples married in states that allow it are now entitled to federal benefits afforded to heterosexual couples.
City living and traveling to big cities can be expensive for your wallet. Chicago is no different. Liberty Bank of Chicago has put together a really useful graphic that covers how to save money while visiting/living in Chicago.
This infographic offers an insight into the world of superfoods and questions some of many claims that are made about them. What superfoods are really super? And, what superfoods are just plain hype? Discover answers to these questions and more in this insightful infographic.
The following infographic from Be Independent Home Care is a celebration of amazing people over the age of 70 (and some are even over 100) who have achieved phenomenal things in their later years – from climbing Mt. Everest to winning a Nobel Prize.
Apartment Guys of Chicago has put together an informative infographic that covers the short term rental debate in the city of Chicago. The graphic covers the benefits of short term rentals along with the argument against short term rentals and also what the current short term rental market in Chicago looks like.
Did you know that tuition is only the tip of the iceberg in the financial ordeal of getting yourself a college education? The following infographic will take you through the nitty- gritties of how you can save a ton of money by simply enrolling yourself in an online program.
The customer today requires that everything is just a ‘tap away’. This is the new ‘Generation Touch’, where instant gratification has changed from a luxury into simply a way of life. The era of On Demand Mobile Services has just begun and it is here to stay. Juggernaut has created the following infographic to explain this very idea.
In a world where online privacy has become such a hot button topic, everyone is interesting in knowing how to keep themselves safe. Everywhere you turn, you hear stories about the NSA,spying, Edward Snowden, the TOR browser, and even the Deep Web. What are all of these things and what does it mean for you specifically?