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The trends are all saying the same thing. Mobile devices are taking over a large chunk of our daily lives. One important component, money, is heading towards the mobile realm as well. For many, we’re already there.
Social media jobs are still fairly new to the scene, and all the more glamorous. Onward Search’s new infographic explores how much money social media empoyees are making and where they are. You will also see the many job possibilites for those interested in the field, and a salary range for each. © 2012 Onward...
Onward Search’s new infographic explores the job and salary possibilities in the top 20 U.S. markets for SEO specialists. Search engine optimization is a growing field and there is always room to move up. © 2011 Onward Search
In the current state of internet affairs and the way new media is evolving with the world, social networks have been a huge influence in marketing, customer service, and an all-around way of staying updated to the things you hold most near and dear to your heart. Universities, Colleges, and even high schools have jumped...
There is no greater fail than a Facebook fail, and WordStream’s new infographic by NowSourcing has put them all in one place. While some you may have not experienced firsthand, others you will remember all too well. Will the new Facebook changes bring more fails, or finally do the network some much needed good? ©...
  Technology has advanced to a point where cell phones are able to do more than just make phone calls. Enter the world of mobile payments…but what are mobile payments? Since it is a relatively new industry and there is a lot of confusion even in defining mobile payments, this infographic from Mobile Payments Today...
There are many demographics that we try to reach. Sometimes you have a certain demographic you intentionally want to get to, but sometimes it’s a little wiser to figure out the demographic that is largest and then work a plan around that. Here is a great little graphic that shows the way most people are...
Although Twitter and Facebook are very different services, they do fill a lot of the same needs of users. They both give us ways to connect with friends, family and brands. They offer “news feeds”…and obviously are great real time communication tools. They have a lot of similarities and a lot of differences. Here is...
With the growth of Twitter over the last few years and it’s use as a real time news feed, it has become one of the largest “social media” companies out there. Its importance with communication is undeniable. If you’ve ever wondered how the use of Twitter varies from state to state, check out this graphic.
Ever since new technologies have been invented there has been speculation on their success. There will always be naysayers and haters. Some though are more vocal than others. Some have been right in their assertions while others have been pitifully wrong. Let’s take a look at a few of them.
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