At first glance, it might not seem as though gamers and members of the military have much in common. Probably not on second glance either. But they do have one thing in common – a hunger for challenge and achievements. In gamers this manifests as a compulsion to complete 100% of a game’s content (even beyond just beating the game), but in the military it means gaining as many medals, qualifications, and ribbons as possible, along with increasing one’s rank.
This Infographic from Puppies ‘N Dogs visualizes the change in popularity of the U.S.A’s top 25 canines over the past decade. Which breed do you think will come out on top?
More and more it seems that the American Dream is becoming more of a fantasy. With the economy and housing market still down in the dumps, families are moving inland so they can afford to live. The following infographic helps to break down the most efficient ways to still live the American Dream.
Want to know where consumers are going to be shopping, what they plan on buying, and who they are buying for on Black Friday? The folks over at Mashwork analyzed over 270,000 opinions to make some interesting discoveries about this year’s Black Friday, all found in the Infographic below.
As Americans (and Canadians) enjoy Thanksgiving and its turkey, stuffing, football, potatoes, football, pumpkin pies and did I mention football, CreditDonkey has compiled the facts and figures about this holiday, just in time for the beginning of the holiday shopping season.
Happy Thanksgiving! The following infographic provides some fun facts on this holiday that dates back to the Pilgrims and is mostly celebrated in the United States and Canada. Enjoy!
Did you know that it takes just three days to get farm fresh Hickory Farms products to your door? This Infographic discovers the journey a Hickory Farms Gift Basket takes from initial ordering to arriving at your doorstep. They are also offering advantage $3 3 day shipping through the holidays.
Most of us have no doubt heard about situations where burglars broke into a home only after learning the owners were not there via Facebook, Twitter or some other social media venue. CreditSesame.com has put together an Infographic on this subject that might want to make you reconsider the next time you decide to publicize to the world that you’re not home or even worse, on vacation.