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Via Scoop.it – Infographics and Social Media Here’s an oldie but a goodie from the folks at Column 5 via Media Bistro. This classic infographic, using humor and images, shows us why you might be spending a bit to much time in the land of the tweets. Show original
Via Scoop.it – Cities of the World In case you don’t feel like reading through the text of Facebook’s guide to the new page insights, here’s an infographic summarizing the changes. Go to original post
infographr: The Taxonomy of students — The days of higher college education belonging to a small group of elites have gradually faded from American culture. Created by: Online Teaching Degree
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...
Twitter is fast becoming the source of peoples everyday “news” source. But there are many different breeds of your typical Tweeter. From the business-minded to the casual reader, the gossip gal, etc. Well here is a nifty graphic that showcases a few of the more popular. [click image to view full-size]
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