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20 Reasons To Switch To Google Plus [INFOGRAPHIC]

Google's answer to Facebook recently surpassed 100 million users. This is a great achievement considering Google's previous history with failing social networks. While Facebook has 9 times the users, you cannot ignore that Google is taking a bite out of Facebook's sandwich. From personal experience I think of Google+ as a social network for well-educated,…

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All the World’s Gold [INFOGRAPHIC]

The word gold can make any person's eyes light up. Well, they will really light up when you hear that there's more than 165,000 metric tons of it! In 2011, this was the best estimate of the world's total gold in weight. More than half of humanity's gold has been mined from the earth in…

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How Mobile Technology is Changing World Travel

Booking a holiday in 2012 is not like it was twenty years ago. These days more and more holidaymakers are turning to their trusted smartphones to find hotels and flights. At present nearly half the population owns one of these devices which enable them to browse the internet from wherever they might be. Analysis has…

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The Art of Low-Brow Advertising [INFOGRAPHIC]

Most advertisers only have half a minute to reach out to consumers on a television commercial. The majority of commercials can fit into a few different archetypes. Advertising manipulates viewers into believing that they need a product or that a product will significantly improve their lives. Sometimes that manipulation comes in the form of appealing…

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The Business of Sports [INFOGRAPHIC]

For activities considered non-essential to society, the sports industry is a thriving and lucrative business. At an estimated worth of $422 billion, the sports industry is a significant sector of the American economy. Sports marketing and advertising spending alone is estimated at $28 billion. The NBA, NFL, MLB, and NHL together bring in $23 billion…

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Just How Big Is Apple? [INFOGRAPHIC]

They say that New York is the Big Apple, but according to the statistics shown below, it looks like the computer and device company is the Biggest Apple in the basket. Apple should be its own country. In the Democratic Republic of Apple, citizens bound by the love of their groovy devices will work, play…

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