Archive for the ‘Infographics’ Category

The 2011 Social Media Landscape [Infographic]

ShareTweet As Social Media continues to boom and evolve, it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with the latest trends and changes. What could have worked last year and the year before, may not necessarily work as well this year. I think anybody in their right mind will tell you that a Social Media Marketing strategy […]

Valentine’s Day – the Love Industry

ShareTweet Note to Readers: This article was originally published February 14th of last year. I’ve polished it and re-published it today, cause, well…it’s kinda relevant to the day – don’t you think ;)? It’s Here Again… Well, V-Day is finally here – and so is all the lovin’ pressure that comes with it! What to […]

Are You “A Tad Bit” Obsessed with Facebook?

ShareTweet Alright, so maybe “obsessed” is a bit too strong of a word. Or is IT? I think by now, everyone and their nana has a Facebook account and by next year, pets will be there too – if some aren’t already. Sure…they’re nothing wrong with it – Facebook is for almost everyone! I want […]

The Evolution of Blogging

ShareTweet I got tell ya, I just love that Flowtown site; from the content to the design, there’s always a great take away plus some wickedly awesome infographics! The talent there is just endless and a pleasure to come across. Damn, I almost wish I owned that fabulous town ;). Obviously, my incessant tooting of […]

The Blog Economy of 2010

ShareTweet Ever wonder about the blogonomy? Don’t look so confused! Put 2 and 2 together and you’ll be sighing in no time ;). So who’s blogging, from where and why? Below, is a fantastic infographic by the Grasshopper Group, which reveals all you need to know about this year’s blog economy. One thing I did […]

Web Designers vs. Web Developers: The Face-Off

ShareTweet What’s the difference between a Web Designer and a Web Developer? Besides the fact that they’re both web geniuses and pretty shabby lookin’ in a cool way (as portrayed in the comical infographic), do you know what each does and how they work together? Now, I could give you a boring or technical Wikipedia definition […]

The History of the iPhone

ShareTweet There’s no doubt that the iPhone has revolutionized the mobile industry or more precisely, the smartphone market. We’ve heard this line over and over but if you think about it, it’s true! Year after year, summer after summer, the brilliant Steve Jobs has managed to capture and retain an ever so loyal audience and […]

Kevin Rose Digg’s it!

ShareTweet Every Social Media success story starts somewhere! From Google to Facebook, Twitter to Foursquare, Digg to Reddit… They all began at the bottom with what was simply an idea – and an ingenious one at that! Digg is no different. Kevin Rose, founder and CEO of Digg, is another of the many successful college dropouts […]

Google’s 10 Year Shopping Spree!

ShareTweet I’ve decided to zap that infamous post where one apologizes and tries to explain with some lame ass excuse why they’ve been absent from their blog the last couple of months. Why? Because: 1).  If I were to tell you that I’ve been super busy and overwhelmed with work, it would be hard for […]

The Ugly Truths & Numbers Behind Infidelity

ShareTweet A little over a month ago, I published an article called, “The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Men”. It pertained to infidelity and the little tips (or particular traits that women possess) that often lead us to discover when we are being cheated on. Although it was written in a rather humorous way, it did have a […]

The Numbers Behind Prostitution

ShareTweet Prostitution is often referred to as the world’s oldest profession. The commercial sex industry includes street prostitution, massage brothels, escort services, outcall services, phone sex, strip clubs, lapdancing, adult and child pornography, video and internet pornography and sex tourism. That’s one hell of an industry! From street whores to high class hookers and from […]

Scary Facts About Fast Food!

ShareTweet March is National Nutrition Month in the United States – who ironically enough is home to over 300,000 fast food restaurants. To commemorate this month of nutrition education and information, I thought I would share this eye-opening infographic from Online Schools called, “Everything You Need to Know About Fast Food”. But before I do, […]