OK, I’ll admit something. There’s a lot of bad infographics out there. And for that reason, infographics have gotten a bit of a bad rep in some circles.
Last week I shared an infographic about how to come up with ideas for your infographics (meta, right?). This week I’m sharing an infographic about the next step in the infographic creation process: how to collect data for your infographic.
If you’re a marketers, educator, business owner or blogger, you will likely already know that infographic are one of the top performing types of visual content out there.
If you ask your parents and grandparents how they planned their weddings, you may get very different responses, and there’s a fair chance you will find both pretty amusing. One thing is for certain – it depended on the financial situation of the household, especially the bride’s. In “well-to-do” families, mother and…
January is almost over. Have you been sticking to your New Year’s resolutions?
If you’ve created an active social media presence, you likely keep readers engaged. Social media updates, Tweets, and other social content are great ways to inform your audience about your products, give them insights into your branding, and even educate and entertain them.
Portable Document Format (PDF) is the now standard format used for documents, primarily because it is independent of any operating system, hardware, or software. It stands alone and thus its documents can be viewed on any device.
Since integrating with LinkedIn, SlideShare has become one of the primary sources for content for business owners.
Sometimes we watch movie “thrillers.” They are full of suspense and mystery. The same goes for books we may read, and we are thrilled, because that is the type of literature we love. We can also be thrilled when we attend a concert of a music group we love or find the perfect Christmas gift for someone. There is a…
You know what sucks? Negative criticism.
You know what icons are, right?
Even if you’re good at your job, you’re going to forget things. Everyone needs a little reminder sometimes.
LOTS of great stuff here. Thanks for this.
Arguably the hardest part of hosting an event is getting people to actually show up.
It’s conference season. Depending on how outgoing of a person you are, this is either a time of excitement or anxiety (or a bit of both). I’m not a particularly shy person but I do find that conferences can be overwhelming, especially the big ones. I know I’m not alone in feeling this.
For the veteran dater, first dates can become a monotonous routine, as repetitive and dull as doing laundry or renewing your driver’s license. It’s always the same drill; you’ll order a drink or two, coffee or liquor, and politely sip while asking each other the same old questions and giving the same old answers. Half…
Office birthday lunches, midday meditation workshops, a kitchen fully stocked with free snacks, and holiday company cruises to the Bahamas- “Is this how all workplaces are?” I wondered to myself when I joined a startup fresh out of college.
COMPLY DAMMIT. COMPLY.
I am a man of few words, fewer good words, and even fewer emojis, but one emoji has accurately communicated the primary emotion of my existence: the black stare into empty space. Unlike other emojis that face you directly, unblinkingly interrogating your soul, the Android Straight Face Emoji represented the detachment…
Social Media experts have been saying (rather dramatically) for a while now that Twitter is dying. Any person who uses Twitter for marketing and promotion will know that Twitter is teeming with bots that automatically like, share and follow other accounts. For businesses, this means that one of the biggest channels…