The Perks of Playing Slots Online

For a lot of people, online gambling becomes so much fun that it quickly becomes their primary source of entertainment. The following infographic looks at some of the perks of playing slots online.

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Top Brain Hacks to Learn Faster and Remember More

As a student, you get many assignments. So much to learn, so little time. Luckily, there are lots of techniques you can use to accelerate your learning and get much better, much faster.

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What is Personal Branding?

With 70% of recruiters looking at candidate’s social media profiles, personal branding is a must for job seekers. The following infographic highlights personal branding dos and don’ts.

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100 Years of Halloween Candy

Although the tradition of trick or treating truly emerged in the 1920s, some of our favorite candies originated long before. This timeline infographic showcases 50 different candies over a 100 year period.
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Pitfalls Of Being A Young Entrepreneur

Young entrepreneurs make headlines when they shatter glass ceilings and break molds, but they face a steeper climb than older entrepreneurs. Learn more about the pitfalls of being a young entrepreneur in this infographic.
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7 Casino Facts

Sometimes a myth is talked about so much that it can become the truth over time. But not in this case. In the following infographic by onlinecasinopolis.net, you will only find the most interesting facts proven by history. One of such facts is a well-accounted story about the invention of the sandwich which, to no surprise, took place nowhere else but in a casino. This and six others included below.

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What is Legionnaires’ Disease?

The team at Legionella Control have created this useful Infographic titled “What is Legionnaires’ disease” to help people quickly understand more about this preventable disease, what it is, where it comes from, who’s at risk, typical symptoms, how it’s treated, common sources of risk in the workplace and the legionella risk assessment process.

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Why the Way You Poo Is Harming You

Did you know that you are probably pooping wrong? Every year, more research is being published proving that sitting is unnatural and linked to colon cancer, IBS, hemorrhoids, constipation, appendicitis, and more… How did we get here? This infographic courtesy of Relaxx answers this and provides a simple solution: the toilet stool.

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ELD Mandate Facts

Canada Cartage has created an infographic all about Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and how the upcoming ELD mandate affects the commercial trucking industry. ELDs replace paper logbook used to record driver compliance with house of service requirements. ELDs have many benefits including cost savings and crash reductions, and will standardize processes to prevent errors.

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Hiring A Marketing Agency Vs. Hiring Internal Staff

Many business people believe that in order to grow their business they need to hire internal marketing staff. In reality, hiring a marketing firm instead can be much more cost-effective and help you reach your financial business goals faster. Explore “Hiring A Marketing Agency Vs. Hiring Internal Staff” in this infographic.

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20 Tricks To Fall Asleep Fast

Lying awake all night and counting sheep? Don’t fall into the trap of relying on prescription medication as a sleeping aid. The next time you find it impossible to drift off, try one of these science-based tricks of falling asleep fast in an infographic by Drömma.

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14 Best Movies Set in the Sunshine State

Here is a useful infographic from the vacation rentals website Tripelli that provides info about some of the coolest movies that were set in Florida. For each film you can learn what part of Florida it was set in, the year it was released and how it got on at the box office.

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Your Posture is the Window to Your Spine and a Key to Your Health

A person’s posture can make them look more attractive, stronger and smarter. But your posture is also linked to health and mortality. Rolling forward of the shoulders and middle back creating a dowager’s hump is a predictor of mortality. Uneven shoulders and hips relate to a person’s loss of energy and proclivity towards a sedentary lifestyle and spine pain. In a world of smart phone over-use, gaming, longer commutes, heavy backpacks and prolonged time sitting; our posture suffers.

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23 Plants That Are Poisonous To The Touch

It might seem like common knowledge, but if you can’t identify it in the wild, stay away from the berries and avoid eating the plants! Some will cause severe allergic skin reactions that need to be taken very seriously. This infographic from McDermatology.com features 23 plants that are poisonous to the touch.

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10 Social Media Marketing Strategies for Companies

Social media is a vital place where brands can have fun and a measurable impact on the bottom line of each business. For this reason, social media can no longer live in a silo and must work in tandem with the whole business strategy. The Team at Social Media Magazine, published this infographic on social media marketing strategies so that you can become serious with getting customers through social media.

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Digital Security Travel Hacks

It is impossible to be 100% secure from digital attacks on our personal information when traveling abroad because of a lack of secure internet connection. Because of this, Envista forensics visualized a guide on digital security hacks for travelers. In this guide they list the top 10 countries worst hit by hackers and identify theft.

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Tourist Complaints That Will Leave You Speechless

The team at MyOffers searched the Internet to discover some of the most outrageous complaints from tourists. From travelers who were unhappy to discover that there were fish in the ocean to the tourists who have been unable to embrace the culture of a new country, complaining that the street signs were in a foreign language and even some that were outraged that shops would close during their ‘siesta’ period, you’ll find them compiled here in this visual asset.

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How Many Calories You Burn Doing Housework

Most folks do not enjoy housework but if you think of it in terms of exercise, your opinion of performing household chores might change. Master Cleaners, who offer cleaning services London, have created an infographic that provides information about the number of calories you can burn doing various household tasks. Within, you will learn about the amount of calories you can burn doing vacuuming, dusting, scrubbing, and more.

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The Benefits Of Automated Software Testing

All too often, when an application is released to market, it still has flaws. Test engineers often try their best to identify the bugs manually before the release of the product, but somehow, bugs creep in and even reappear after rigorous manual testing. To maximize efficiency and limit such problems, employing automation testing can be a great solution.

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How to Stay Organized at Work

This detailed infographic courtesy of Order-In presents interesting statistics about clutter and how it can adversely impact your productivity. It also includes a few simple tips to help you declutter your desk so you can get more done.

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Social Media Cheat Sheet 2017

Keeping up with social media changes can be exhausting. It seems like every other month, platforms like Facebook or Twitter come up with a new layouts.The following infographic provides a neat overview of all visual parameters that these popular social networking sites have in place. This makes it easier for small businesses to create visuals for their various pages on social media sites.

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Whistle While You Work: Impact of Music on Productivity

Does listening to music at work help your performance? Or does it slow you down? In the following infographic, WebPageFX takes a look at the impact of music on workplace productivity and offers some tips for what kinds of tunes you should play to get in the zone and power through your to-do list.

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The Minimalist Approach to Maximizing Space

Whether you’re moving into a college dorm or new studio apartment – or you’re just ready to downsize – it can sometimes feel like you’re trying to cram your whole life into a tiny living space. But if you’re strategic about designing your space and cutting clutter, you can make that tiny apartment feel much bigger.

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