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The following infographic gives a fun visual representation of the extreme distances covered during a marathon. It outlines various food items, their estimated calorie counts, and the amount of time you’d need to run to burn off the calories from pigging out on those foods. It also compares running a marathon with everyday tasks like taking notes in class or sitting at your desk and typing at work.
The following infographic contains a ton of interesting facts and statistics about golf clubs that may surprise you. For example, did you know that the material used for the driver head actually doesn’t matter much for distance? Or that the most expensive club sold at an auction was a whopping $181,000? The club actually dates back to the 1700’s!
We all hear the things to-do and not-to-do in regards to nutrition, but do you really know which ones to follow? This infographic by the folks at Jazzercise displays a visual depiction of what you need to know to keep your nutrition and health at its best. From eating to exercise, it’s all here.
The following infographic by Zenni Optical outlines all of the most popular must-have fashion essentials for bohemian festivals like Coachella, electric dance music festivals like EDC and Tomorrowland, country music festivals like Stagecoach, rock concerts like Warped Tour, and much more. From extravagant headdresses to intricate foot jewelry, this handy guide covers it all.
The use of alternative treatments for mental illness is growing in popularity due to concern over the side effects of SSRIs and a general mistrust for pharmaceutical companies. The following infographic describes some of the natural ways people are treating disorders like depression, anxiety and schizophrenia.
Email marketing is essential for communication with current and potential customers and one of the top ways to distribute high quality branded content and generate leads. Here are some tips on how to leverage this powerful marketing channel as part of your integrated digital marketing strategy in 2014.
SEO and content marketing isn’t just about creating compelling content, but having it written from an authoritative author. One way to showcase your authority within a specific niche or industry is by associating your author profile to every relevant piece of content you’ve ever written. Google has provided an easy way to connect your content through your Google+ profile and benefit from that association.
This Automotive History infographic showcases the history of car brand logos and retired vehicles. The history and evolution of automobiles helps us see and realize how far the automotive industry has come in such a short period of time and how we got there. As technological advances continue and consumer needs change, so do the vehicle models released and retired by the car companies.
Fireplaces have always inspired feelings of comfort, warmth, and safety. They are often used in film to add these connotations to the scene they are presented in. Whether the movie be a Christmas classic or a sci-fi apocalypse flick, fireplaces are as much a part of film as they are a part of our culture.
Is mobile healthcare the future? It is looking that way. Mobile health or mHealth is projected to be a 26 billion dollar industry by 2017. With over 97,000 health and fitness related mobile apps currently on Google Play and Apple App Store, and 4 million downloads per day, it is difficult to deny the rising popularity of the industry.
Every morning across America, a small business owner wakes up with the intention of doing what he or she enjoys most – growing their company, earning a living, and determining their own path in this world. These are the fundamental drivers behind our national entrepreneurial spirit, the motivators of our 29.6 million small business owners, and the reasons our pioneering leaders wake up and tackle each new day.
Just when you thought you knew everything about cars, think again! In this infographic, eTitle Loan uncovers some quirky 15 facts about cars that you most likely have never heard about. For instance, did you know that the first car race was in 1895 with an average speed of 71 mph? Or that the very first speeding ticket was in 1902?
Corporations that want a functional, knockout website in today’s mobile marketplace are increasingly doing so using HTML5. In fact, over 30% of Fortune 500 companies are taking advantage of all the markup language has to offer as of July this year. Check out the following infographic to learn more about HTML5′s popularity among Fortune 500 companies.