The brand-engagement firm GMR Marketing recently conducted a study and came up with interesting results, presented in the infographic below. Sports and social media are a marriage made in heaven. News and score updates break constantly. Heated debate is a big part of the fun. And fans love any chance to interact with the athletes they idolize.
Who’s going to win a Grammy on Sunday? Webtrends gives us a sneak preview, using Twitter as its crystal ball. Check out the prognostications in this exclusive infographic created fresh this morning using hot trending data from millions of tweets all over the world. Webtrends, a digital marketing and analytics agency, uses the Twitter API to search for all kinds of data concerning the Grammys — for example, topical hashtags, artist names and twitter handles, and album and song names. They started collecting this stuff a week ago, and the data has been flowing fast and furiously at a rate ofRead More
The infographic below, created Online Teaching Degree, details the costs associated with iPad textbooks versus traditional paper editions. iPad versions come with numerous tangible benefits that can’t be matched by paper books — they’re interactive, they can access the web, they’re better for a student’s health (carrying one iPad instead of multiple heavy books) and they can be kept up-to-date in real time. However, unless Apple and textbook publishers can come up with ways to greatly reduce the cost — via things like drastically cheaper iPad hardware, innovative trade-in programs and discount volume licensing for textbooks — it is unlikelyRead More
The folks over at Sortable have created this visual guide to the upcoming show which includes a fun look back at CESes past.
If you’ve ever wondered how your Amazon package goes from your click to your door, the infographic below may help shed some light on the process.