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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Infographics’

Fittest Cities in the U.S., According to Facebook

Do you live in one of the fittest cities in the United States? Facebook thinks that they can tell you which cities are up early running, pumping iron, and eating right – based on data collected over the last few months. Here’s how they did it: Facebook looked at fitness-related mentions and check-ins over the past three months – and …

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Google’s New Databoard Lets You Create Custom Infographics

Google has just unveiled a nice little data sharing tool for businesses that aims to keep up with the latest data available from studies Google chooses to include. It lets you easily get right to the data points you’re looking for, and share them with others in visually appealing ways. The tool is called the Databoard for Research Insights, and …

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Which Of These Dead Google Products Do You Miss Most?

Google launches a whole lot of products and features. Just about every single day it announces something, and quite often it’s more than one thing. It’s not a huge surprise that Google kills some of these things from time to time. It’s a large company, but with the amount of things it releases, it would be nearly impossible to keep …

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Infographic Attempts To Pinpoint ‘Google’s 200 Ranking Factors’

Google famously has over 200 ranking factors in its algorithm, and has never (and will never) reveal the exact secret sauce, but that doesn’t stop people from trying to crack it. Backlinko and SingleGrain have put together this infographic aimed at dissecting the algorithm. Regardless of how many signals marketers can put their fingers on, Google will never reveal how …

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Gmail Turns 9: Google Takes Us Down Memory Lane, Makes Us Feel Old

Can you believe that Gmail is 9 years old? I haven’t felt this old since last week, when Twitter informed me that it was the 19th anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain. Yikes. Anyway, Google is now officially 9, having launched in beta on April 1st, 2004. In celebration of that, Google has posted a fun little infographic that …

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Facebook Picks a NCAA Tourney Winner Based on Team Buzz

There’s no telling who’s going to be left standing in a couple weeks when the NCAA tournament comes to a close. This season has been a showcase of true parity, with a bunch of good teams but no standout dominating presence. This could lead to one of the more exciting tournaments in recent memory. We hope. Since it’s all up …

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Oscars Stats From Google, Twitter And Facebook

A flood of stats about Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony has been unleashed upon the web. Among these stats are some looks at trends from Google, Twitter and Facebook. Google Here are the top five most searched Oscar nominees, according to Google: “At the end of the show, Best Picture winner ‘Argo’ held the #6 spot, followed by Ang Lee, Christoph …

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Behold, the Mother of All Porn Infographics

Jon Millward has spent the last six months carefully analyzing porn. So what, right? Who hasn’t? No, my friends, you haven’t been analyzing porn in the way that he has. “For the first time, a massive data set of 10,000 porn stars has been extracted from the world’s largest database of adult films and performers. I’ve spent the last six …

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Your House Will Not Be Destroyed by an Asteroid, but You Can Calculate the Odds If You Want

Did you know that every year, about one asteroid between 16 and 33 feet wide hits the Earth? And when you look at asteroids that are less that 16 feet wide, the total that hit the Earth jumps to around 500? Crap, that means that you have a pretty solid chance of your house being destroyed by an asteroid, right? …

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People Are Checking Your Facebook Page Before Dates, and Other Fun Facts on Single People and Tech

Match.com has just put out their third-annual “Singles in America” study and it contains some pretty interesting information on how people are using social media and the internet in their dating/sex lives. Probably the most telling piece of data collected in the study is that nearly half (48%) of all women surveyed do some Facebook digging on their date partner …

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Google Commissions Studies On Economic Impact Of Geo Services

Google commissioned studies from Boston Consulting Group and Oxera about the geo services industry and its economic impact on the world. The findings have been summarized in an infographic that Google shared on a couple of its blogs this morning. According to the studies, the industry is valued at up to $270 billion per year, paying out $90 billion in …

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Retweets Do Not Equal Clicks, According to Study

Good news – your tweet exploded across the Twitterverse! Hundreds of people retweeted your latest article, how awesome is that! Although social media can drive plenty of traffic to your site and you should always be happy when your content goes viral – that magical “retweet” metric may be a little deceiving. They may be retweeting, but that doesn’t mean …

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