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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Infographics’

Google Breaks Out the Political Scorecards in Time for Election Day

Guys, it’s almost over. The 2012 Presidential race has made the final turn and has entered the homestretch. Like any good horse race, this is the most exciting time – especially if you’re living in one of the highly-contested swing states. Did I say exciting? I meant unbearable, excruciating, exhausting, and miserable. If you’re in Ohio, Virginia, Florida, or a …

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Foursquare Looks At Red/Blue State Check-Ins

Can you determine which states are more supportive of gay marriage from analyzing check-ins at gay bars? How about determining which states are the most religious based on check-ins at places of worship? If you think that check-ins can give way to some political meaning, Foursquare is the obvious choice for all your data needs. And the location-based social network …

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eBay Hits 100m App Downloads, 100m Mobile Listings

eBay is focusing on mobile, and they have some numbers that prove they’re moving in the right direction. According to a blog post, eBay’s suite of mobile apps have broken the 100 million download barrier – including 25 million downloads in the last six months alone. And apparently, people are using the mobile apps at a high rate as well. …

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LinkedIn Looks At The Professional Vs. Personal Social Network Mindset [Infographic]

LinkedIn and TNS teamed up to release a study called The Mindset Divide, looking at the mindset of global social network users. “On professional networks, the consumer mindset revolves around ‘investing time,” a LinkedIn spokesperson tells WebProNews. “For example, they are three times more likely to use such networks to keep up to date with their career over personal networks. …

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Check Out This Infographic From Google Maps Showing The Most Searched Spots Of The Summer

Google has released a new infographic showing the most popular summer searches in Google Maps for different countries in the Northern Hemisphere. “North Americans sought out the best local beaches to help cool off from the summer heat. In comparison, many more people from Spain, Italy and France searched for community swimming pools. In cooler areas of the U.K. the …

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Whoa, Meta: Infographic Shows How Infographics Are Shared On Social Networks

Let’s face it: infographics are a dime a dozen these days. In a typical day of internet scouring, you’re likely to see various infographics covering a plethora of topics – from Facebook to football, from sex to sedentary lifestyles. You get the picture. But people really like infographics, apparently. I mean, it looks like they are ready, willing, and able …

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Twitter’s Been Buzzing About the Olympics [INFOGRAPHIC]

During the Olympic games, there’s a good chance that somewhere, on some channel, there’s some coverage nearly all day long. The Olympic games are also a popular global event with a lot of built-in drama. Couple all of that with the fact that Americans have turned to social media for their Olympic news (thanks to NBC’s delay), and you can …

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Breaking Bad Graphic Shows Walter White’s Lack Of Frugality

Have you had the chance to watch the Season 5 premiere of Breaking Bad yet? If not, shame on you – it’s currently burning a good sized meth-induced tissue hole in your DVR. It was vintage Breaking Bad – meaning that it both delivered as a standalone episode and left you with a WTF scene to ponder for the next …

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Google Is Considering Discounting Infographic Links

Matt Cutts spoke with Eric Enge at SMX Advanced, and Enge has now published the entire interview. In that interview, Cutts reveals that Google may start looking at discounting infographic links. That doesn’t mean Google is doing this right now, or that they definitely will, but…come on. “In principle, there‚Äôs nothing wrong with the concept of an infographic,” Cutts says …

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Smart Car Just Won Twitter By Calculating The Weight Of Pigeon Crap

People on the internet are a**holes. And since Twitter is on outlet for people on the internet, people on Twitter can also be a**holes. Public figures, celebrities, and well known brands have to deal with the most a**holery, simply due to their visibility. So it’s no surprise to see a Twitter user crap on a company like Smart, makers of …

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Facebook Uses Check-In Data To Find World’s Top “Social Landmarks”

It’s summer and that, of course, means travel. And when people go places, the common thing for them to do in the last few years is check-in and let all of their friends know exactly where they are and what they’re doing. Facebook looked at all the check-ins made on Facebook as well as third-party apps that use the Facebook …

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Facebook Delves Deep Into The Reporting Process

With 900+ million people on the site, it’s inevitable that someone is going to post something that offends your sensibilities. And although Facebook has systems in place to weed out content that violates their terms of service, the company has always relied on users to report inappropriate, malicious, or otherwise unsafe content that they run upon during their daily browsing. …

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