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Brian is the President of NowSourcing, Inc., a premier social media firm specializing in infographic design, development and content marketing promotion. The company is based in Louisville, KY and works with companies that range from small business to Fortune 500.
Software as a Service is growing rapidly. Check out the infographic below presented by ProfitBricks to to learn how SaaS differs from other software delivery models, the history of SaaS, SaaS growth drivers, and the future of cloud computing.
Kids these days. They all seem to be nose deep in some iSomething. Check out the infographic below presented by Early Childhood Education Degrees to learn about how media and technology affects children.
Love, it’s a beautiful thing. And it’s good for your body and mind as well. This infographic presented by master-of-health-administration.com takes a look at all of the benefits love provides.
Many small business owners think they are safe from data breaches because hackers are going for bigger businesses. However, this is not the case. According to Visa’s estimates 95% of credit card data breaches are on small business customers. Check out the infographic below presented by MerchantWarehouse to learn about POS vulnerabilities for small businesses and how they can make their data more secure.
Want to do your part to help save the environment? Change the way you commute and you could make a huge difference! Check out the infographic below presented by CheapCarInsurance.net to learn about the greenest ways to get around.
Who are America’s working poor? Check out the infographic below presented by InsuranceQuotes to learn about who they are, how they ended up in their current situation and if Obamacare will help to alleviate their financial woes.
Does having a bigger house really make life easier or better? Building and living costs are exponentially higher, children are spending 10 times as much time watching TV or playing video games as they do playing outside, and obesity rates have increased over 214 percent since 1950. It might be time to rethink the “McMansion.” To learn more about the costs and health risks associated with “McMansions,” check out this infographic presented by HomeInsurance.com.
Four men from different times, backgrounds, and goals: Adolf Hitler, Dr. Seuss, Pope Gregory XV, and Walt Disney. What do they have in common? All four used propaganda to spread their message and influence the public opinion. In this infographic from wordfocus.com, the how and why of propaganda use is explored.
Speeding tickets are the bane of lead-footed drivers everywhere. Nothing puts a damper on your day like seeing those red and blue flashing lights pull up behind you on the interstate. That’s why many individuals have invested in radar detection devices to alert them when a police scanner is nearby.
It’s not easy to trick the school nurse into sending you home from school early. Licensed school nurses attend to 64 percent of a given population and end up returning 95 percent of them to class. While this may seem like some daunting statistics, it is possible to convince the nurse that going home is the best option.
The world of smartphone apps is a hard place to succeed in. Only one in six smartphone apps exceed 500 total downloads and 75 percent of apps earn the developer less than $500 per month. Because app markets are saturated, very few apps are able to accumulate many downloads. In this infographic, Startapp takes a look at five of the top grossing free apps on the Android market to see what they did that led them to major success.
There are some pretty strange mental disorders out there. For example, Cotard’s Syndrome is where the sufferer believes that they are actually dead and that their blood and organs have been removed from their body. Crazy right? Check out the infographic below presented by PsychDegrees.org to learn more about the strangest mental disorders out there.
Wonder what the future holds for the college class of 2013? Check out this infographic presented by SpareFoot to learn about the class of 2013 and what is in store for them.
One in 10 Americans are addicted to alcohol and other drugs. But how does this happen? Check out the infographic below presented by BestRehabCounselingDegrees.com to learn about how our brains react to drugs and addiction.