Internet Infographics

American Public Libraries & Community Internet Access

99% of public libraries now offer free, public Internet access to the communities they serve. However, the increase of demand for this service and the decrease in funding is creating a problem for Americans everywhere. This infographic illustrates the value of free internet access in libraries and why they’re in critical need of funding.

read more

Social Media Security Basics

With social media more popular than it’s ever been, so are viruses, malware and scams. Social media users must be familiar with the basics of security in order to stay safe. This infographic presents common social media hacks and explores how enterprises can mitigate the security concerns that stem from social media applications.

read more

The Social Media Sharing Avalanche

The last several years has seen an explosion in social media and social networking. This increase in inter-connectivity between people has led to an incredible rise in the amount of information being shared, a trend that promises only to accelerate in coming years.

read more

How Social Is B2B?

Social media was once considered a trend, then a time-waster. Today it is a valuable tool businesses can use to connect with customers, and we are seeing real numbers when it comes to social media marketing. InsideView’s new infographic shows just what this industry is doing for B2B.

read more

Why Is Pinterest So Addictive?

Flowtown has published the following infographic that examines “Pinterest addiction” which seems to be spreading like a zombie apocalypse virus. Proof? Pinterest users spend an average 98 minutes on site per month, third only to Tumblr (2.5 hours) and Facebook (7 hours). And is there an antidote? Why would you want one?

read more
You Might Be Addicted to Twitter If…

You Might Be Addicted to Twitter If…

I admit it – I’m addicted to Twitter. In fact, I can not imagine my world with out it. Apparently, I’m not alone. Celebrities have tried to kick the habit, yet failed. College students have copped to social media addiction. Research has shown that people may have a harder time resisting Twitter than alcohol, sleep and sex.

read more

How to Train Your Employees to Handle Social Media

Social media consultants can be an expensive addition to your business. But in this day and age, no company can operate without a sound social plan. Despite the swanky pitches you may receive from pros, your best social media team might actually be your current workforce. But how can you find your company’s natural social media rockstars and get your entire team on board with your goals?

read more

Instant America: Slow Websites Send Visitors Scurrying

Today’s world of web browsing is facilitated by lighting-speed data connectivity as well as speedy computer processing all of which allows people to gain access to information in milliseconds, that is until a slow web site brings the process to a grinding halt. And because of our impatience, a slow-loading web site often has us using the back button to escape and move on somewhere else.

read more

Current State of Email Spam

Those of us who live and die by our email inboxes hate spam. And if you are like me, you are always seeking effective ways to combat email spam – BoxTrapper, filters, recycling email addresses and the like. But what about the average Joe? Email security experts Vircom ran an online survey asking their visitors what they think about Spam and email security. Their findings are below in infographic format.

read more

Are You Addicted to the Internet?

The risk of Internet addiction is up, and some studies have shown it could be as powerful an addiction as substance abuse. SodaHead asked its users if they thought they were addicted to the Internet and were surprised to see how many actually admitted to it – especially young people. The details are in the following infographic entitled “Are You Addicted to the Internet?”

read more