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The evolution of the advertising executive #infographic

on September 19, 2011 by Martina Comments

Donald Draper has become a reference for most of us to refer to the Golden Age of advertising and the people who wrote the history of advertising itself in the ’60. Fifty years later the advertising world is still alive and kicking, but it now populated by a different species. From playboys to social butterflies, BuySellAds portraits the evolution of the stereotypes in an infographic that is hilarious and absolutely on point. Read more…

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Google+ Interesting Facts

on September 17, 2011 by Mark Comments

I was really excited about Google+ arriving and then, well, nothing happened. This infographic does supply some thoughts on what’s happening on the platform. Amazing that 72% of users are male, and the top ten occupations of users are pretty much geeks. The funny thing is that 72% + 28% + 20% = 120%. Hmmm… haha. Take a look… Read more…

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The Psychology of Angry Birds #infographic

on September 12, 2011 by Martina Comments

Someone calls it Angry Birds Addiction Syndrome. Not sure it’s a medical pathology yet, but for sure it’s the game that changed the history of mobile gaming. A study by AYTM investigated the psychological and sociological motives behind the incredible success of Rovio’s invention. A great infographic helps “profiling” Angry Birds fans, and it proves useful to understand the mechanisms that trigger the success of the game as well as how consumers’ mood changes when playing the game.

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Always connected, addicted to digital life #infographic

on August 31, 2011 by Martina Comments

An infographic that looks like a comic strip shows us our lives always on, always connected, from the moment we wake up to the moment we close our eyes and try to get some sleep. It’s a crazy, but very realistic portrait that makes me realize how addicted to my iPhone I have become. Not sure I have an action plan in mind to change things though. Read more…

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The American identity according to social media #infographic

on August 21, 2011 by Mark Comments

What can we learn about the people of America from statistical data?

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The rise of QR codes #infographic

on August 19, 2011 by Mark Comments

If you ever thought that no-one scanned QR codes, this infographic from Queaar tells a different story!

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Some fun facts about Instagram #infographic

on August 18, 2011 by Mark Comments

Instagram is blowing up, each and every week. It’s now growing 2x as fast as Flickr. You know you’re doing something right when Justin Bieber joins and brings the platform to its knees. He’s got just under 95,000 followers on Instagram in a matter of weeks (username: swagisme) so it’s clear that exposure to the platform is growing. Let’s not forget that it’s still iPhone only! Read more…

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Twitter stats & figures #infographic

on August 16, 2011 by Martina Comments

Here we are again with a good infographic that recaps all the latest facts and figures about Twitter. As usual handle it with care, as some numbers need to be put into context in order to make sense. But it’s a very good reference to work with. Read more…

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If Social Sites Were Superheroes [infographic]

on August 5, 2011 by Martina Comments

Ever wondered how your favorite social networks compare to your favorite comic book heroes? Read more…

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Australia’s Interactive Census Infographic

on July 25, 2011 by Mark Comments

Nice way to get people to understand what a Census is. On Tuesday August 9, Australia is having a Census. But what does a Census really mean for Australia, and why is it important? I just found out that Australia’s population is only 0.3% of the world’s population… I feel small now

The Australian Bureau of Statistics takes some of the data from the last Census – conducted in 2006 – and turns it into a simple interactive movie, to show just a few of the interesting things that the Census can tell us about Australia’s people and population.

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