Breaking Up Big Tech

In 2018, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Google earned 68% of US GDP growth in combined revenues. 2 in 3 support the breakup of Big Tech, and the following infographic explains what we can do about it.

Online Dating & Cybersecurity

We were told to never talk to strangers, but 59% believe online dating is a good way to meet people. Now, online dating scams are more common than ever, averaging $2,600 in victim losses.

Video Marketing Statistics for 2020

The video marketing landscape only gets louder each year. With nearly one million video content uploaded to the internet every second, how does your video have a chance of standing out?

Retargeting Statistics Every Marketer Should Know

33 percent of the global companies are utilizing Retargeting in their marketing strategies. This infographic provides some incredible numbers related to Retargeting. It explores the Importance of Retargeting and getting a second chance at a first impression.

Smartphone Myths & Some That Turned Out To Be True

Since cell phones were first developed, there have been rumors about everything from radiation to why you should freeze your battery. How should you know what’s true and what is false?

Google – Behind the Numbers

Crazy to believe how big Google has grown: $29.3 billion in revenue in 2010 with 2011 figures expected to be even larger. This Infographic from BusinessMBA.org shows where that revenue is derived from and even more interesting, how it compares to the GDP of some of the world’s poorest countries.

Soda’s Evil Twin – The Dangers of Fruit Drinks

It’s common knowledge that soda pop is not the healthiest thing for your body, but what about fruit drinks sold over the counter? You might think that these are a healthier alternative, but this infographic reveals that most fruit drinks have more calories and sugar than a can of Coke.

Online Job Search Goes Mobile

People are relying more and more on mobile devices to socialize as well as interact with the world around them. This Infographic shows how that trend is extending to the job search process.

Black Friday Consumer Fact Sheet

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.

Thanksgiving Then and Now

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.

Thanksgiving – Food For Thought

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!

Hickory Farms $3 3-Day Shipping

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.

Tips To Avoid Shopping Cart Abandonment

With the holiday shopping season about to begin, it’s a good time for online merchants to ensure they’re not going to suffer from the dreaded abandoned shopping cart syndrome. Monetate has created the following Infographic full of tips to avoid the abandoned shopping cart.

The Authority Building Machine

This infographic provides guidance through the key tactics that can be used to build authority for a website and includes three major categories; link building, social media marketing and content marketing. The Authority Building Machine also warns against using black hat practices that could land a website in search engine jail, a place that is not easy to escape.

Compromising the Security of Your Home With Social Media

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.