Ever wonder how much your favorite athlete is worth?SponsorHub generated score for the this year’s top Olympians! Check out our winners!
The U.S. Open is among the most high-profile events in tennis. SponsorHub uses a scoring metric based on athletes’ sporting performance combined with their social influence on Twitter, Facebook and Klout to rank their value to advertisers. SponsorHub’s findings: Roger Federer doubles as the top-ranked player in men’s tennis and the sport’s most marketable star. Serena Williams is just the fourth-ranked female tennis player in the world, according to the WTA, but is actually the most sponsorable. The full top 10 list of most-sponsorable tennis players is an even split with five men and five women. For more of SponsorHub’s findings onRead More
Yes, the ducklings all make it.
Compiled by SmartRecruiters, a social recruiting platform, it explores the question, “why is it so hard to hire?”
People rely more than ever on mobile technology to find and book travel reservations. A slew of stats from the Internet travel giant Expedia show just how much people plan their trips while already on the go.
Paralympic table tennis is a sport and something you should pay attention to because of shots like this one. The YouTube video above was uploaded Saturday and has been picking up viral steam since. And there’s no wonder why: The determination, grit and effort showed by Great Britain’s David Wetherill to smack this un-returnable forehand against Thomasz Kusiak of Germany show why, for many of us, sports are much more than just games people play. Wetherill actually ended up losing the match despite that classic moment, though. In a tweet on Monday, he acknowledged the video’s viral appeal and declared hisRead More
The infographic below, created by Baynote, curated consumer data and trends to produce a projection on the future of ecommerce.
Nokia launched its first mobile phone — the Mobira Talkman –- in 1984. Weighing just over 11 pounds, the phone was revolutionary for its time. A little over 20 years later, in 2005, the company introduced its first multimedia smartphones, and in 2011 it introduced the Lumia line, the first Windows Phone handsets. Check out the infographic below for a look back at Nokia from 1984 to today.
The Internet education portal OnlineColleges recently gathered data from a number of sources including Gazelle, comScore and the Pew Internet & American Life Project to produce the following infographic. It shows not only that we may be getting a little too attached to our smartphones, but also why we love our devices and what we use them for most. Among many interesting findings: - iPhone and Android owners have more positive outlooks on life than their Blackberry-carrying brethren; city dwellers are the most mobile savvy - social media, gaming and weather apps rule the market But whether addicted or simply enthusiastic, it’s easy toRead More
OpenTable is sharing an infographic, below, that illustrates its diner review trends and behaviors since the program’s debut.