Even after 9 years in the social media stratosphere, LinkedIn is still an elusive platform to master.
The Masters tees off tomorrow, with all eyes sure to be on Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, and Phil Mickelson, the three favorites heading into this year’s event. Sports fans and CBS executives everywhere are salivating at the thought of those three, or at least two of them, being in contention atop the leaderboard on Sunday. The infographic below provides some unique historical nuggets about the Masters and Augusta National and provides some of the context and reasoning for why it is described as “a tradition unlike any other.”
Did you know that 62 percent of Fortune 500 companies have an active corporate Twitter account?
Just a few years ago, professional networking meant printing off your resume, attending job fairs, and scheduling coffee dates with old co-workers or friends of friends who could help you land your next dream job.
Last month we posted an infographic pitching geeks against nerds and giving the basics on what made each group different.
Although it is required by law for Facebook users to be at least 13 to join the network, many believe the age limit should be higher, a new study says. According to a poll conducted among 2,000 consumers on the opinion-based community SodaHead.com , about 34% of respondents said Facebook users should be at least the age of 13 to join.
Laura Hampton is the head of content engagement at user experience agency Zabisco . Read more in the Zabisco blog . "Infographic" is a bit of a buzzword at the moment, but these colorful charts and illustrations have grown in popularity because they work — for businesses, for brands and for audiences.
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After gazing intently at numerous sports infographics on the Web, we learned that most of the amazing and eye-popping infographics are produced outside the U.S. as hand-drawn graphics, inside the U.S. for newspapers, and through statistics designed visually by individuals who delve deeper than we’d ever go into any sport.
It's clear that today's students rely heavily on electronic devices even when they're not incorporated in the classroom.
They are computer scientists, statisticians, graphic designers, producers and cartographers who map entire oceans of data and turn them into innovative visual displays, like rich graphs and charts, that help both companies and consumers cut through the clutter.