The Internet learning portal Online-Education.net recently culled research and reports from a variety of sources to produce the infographic below taking a look at just how much people share online — and whether that crosses the line of good judgement.
In a video that is going viral on YouTube, director of marketing for McDonald’s Canada, Hope Bagozzi, addressed the question directly - “Why does your food look different in the advertising than what is in the store?” Behind the scenes at a McDonald's photo shoot
Korean band 2NE1 entertained the crowd and the Twittersphere with its unique pop/hip-hop beats. The performance of their hit song “Can’t Nobody” launched the “2NE1? keyword to the top of Cannes social buzz, where it earned nearly 3,000 mentions.
Do you know FOMO? - it’s Fear Of Missing Out, and something that’s become a recognized thing by many social media users these days. Don’t get too down — you’re not alone with your FOMO. There are other people out there just like you, and they’ve gone public with their problem. The iPhone and Android app TimeRazor, which finds and suggests fun activities in your area, recently pulled research from studies and articles by JWTIntelligence, comScore and The Wall Street Journal to produce the infographic below.
Singer-songwriter Kelley James unleashed a music video for “Summertime on my Mind” in which six dudes each play a one-string guitar.
The online education directory WorldWideLearn gathered findings and more from research by Facebook and a number of news outlets to produce the infographic below.
Online Education created this graphic detailing the nightmare that would be the world without Internet.
As summer vacation season starts, Facebook measured check-ins made on Facebook in 25 cities worldwide to determine the world's most social landmarks. Among the no. 1 ranked landmarks across the 25 cities: - 7 are sports stadiums/arenas - 6 are public areas: squares/avenues/parks/gardens - 2 are amusement parks - 2 are concert arenas - 2 are shopping-related: shopping centers/malls Looking deeper into the data, Facebook saw that shopping is popular internationally: malls and outdoor markets appear within the top 10 landmarks for 19 of 25 cities, including Sao Paolo's Mercado Municipal, Seoul's Dongdaeum and Melbourne's Queen Victoria market. Amusement parks like Johannesburg's Gold Reef City, Moscow's GorkyRead More
Yahoo Mail-subscribing-households use 11% more electricity per year than Gmail households, a recent study by Opower found. That adds up to nearly a whole extra month of electricity, about an extra $110 per year. Opower looked at the correlation between email address and electricity usage across 2.8 million American households. Of those, we focused on Yahoo Mail and Gmail because they were the most popular domains in our dataset. The email addresses correspond to the member of the household who manages the electricity bill. Realize that Yahoo has had a rough stretch lately: - 2 CEOs fired within 8 months - 14%Read More