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Who's Sharing What - The State of Social Sharing in 2013 | Visual.ly

Who's Sharing What - The State of Social Sharing in 2013 | Visual.ly | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

We're discussing the latest trends in social sharing: the ecosystem gets busier and busier, and now everybody seems to share (and overshare) stuff all day within their social graph. We tried to zoom out as much as possible for you to be able to see the whole picture: the state of social sharing in the beginning of 2013 and everything you need to know about its eight major players. -- get stellar web hosting from http://www.webhostingbuzz.com/ get high quality infographics from http://mostash.com

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Find out who's sharing what in this interesting infographic.

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Paula Arenas's curator insight, March 23, 2013 11:48 AM

Como por ejemplo, scooping o rescooping

Linda Dap's curator insight, March 26, 2013 12:27 PM

Geen Nederlandse cijfers, toch interessant om te zien wie wat op welk kanaal deelt.

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Do's and Don'ts of Social Media Research

Do's and Don'ts of Social Media Research | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

Here's what you need to know to get started in social media research, according to the following Insights in Marketing infographic."Don't go into a social media market research campaign saying, 'Let's see what we find,'" suggests the infographic. "Instead, use it to test a theory or assumption."

 

Moreover, define the goals and objectives of your research campaign early. "This will help you separate useful data from useful chatter," states the infographic....

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Practical, useful tips for simple social marketing research.

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Practical, useful tips for simple social marketing research.
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Valentine's Day In The United States: Love Is Lucrative

Valentine's Day In The United States: Love Is Lucrative | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

53.9 percent of Americans are going to celebrate Valentine's Day this year and they'll spend $136.57 on average.

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Love - and money - are in the air!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 14, 10:44 AM

Love - and money - are in the air!

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This Is Why Women Are Expected to Wear High Heels at Work | Daily Infographic

This Is Why Women Are Expected to Wear High Heels at Work | Daily Infographic | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

I work in an office where I can get away with wearing flip-flops most days, but many women aren’t so lucky.

Women are often expected to wear high heels, and some companies even require it in their formal dress codes.

Of course, there’s nothing wrong with wearing heels. Sometimes it’s fun to feel taller and a bit more powerful. But this infographic shares the not-so-great reason women are still expected to wear stilettos. High heels have been viewed as feminine and sexually alluring over the years and are thought to command attention.

Earlier this year, an employee at PwC challenged her company’s dress code for requiring heels. The company changed its policy after public outcry and now allows flat shoes.

If you wear high heels too often, you may end up with back pain and weaker ankles. Employers can require employees to groom themselves, but there can’t be discrimination against one employee. Rules have to apply to every employee....

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The painful truth about high heels and why some employers need to walk a mile in these high-heeled shoes.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 24, 1:05 PM

The painful truth about high heels and why some employers need to walk a mile in these high-heeled shoes.

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Which Blogging Tactics Produce the Strongest Results? [New Survey Data]

Which Blogging Tactics Produce the Strongest Results? [New Survey Data] | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

When it comes to business blogging, how much time do people put into creating posts? How long are their articles? What goes into them? How often do they publish new content? How do they promote their posts? Do they measure the results?


The answers to any and all of the questions deliver interesting insights on the state of digital marketing. And thanks to the work of Orbit Media Studios, this data has been collected, made available and fun to consume.


For three years running, Andy Crestodina -- the web design and development company's co-founder -- and his team have surveyed 1000+ bloggers about how they create content and compiled their findings into blog posts, infographics, and SlideShares. Let's take a look at some of the trends over the years ......

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 12, 12:51 AM

Barry Feldman shares the tactics that business bloggers believe produce the strongest results.

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New Year Traditions From Around the World | Daily Infographic

New Year Traditions From Around the World | Daily Infographic | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it
New Year’s Eve has always been one fun holiday, in my opinion. When I was little, I celebrated the stroke of midnight by setting of a bunch of big, loud fireworks. (With parental supervision, of course.) Now that I’m older – and of legal drinking age – I celebrate by popping a bottle of champagne. Being from a Southern state, my family has always followed the tradition of making and eating black eyed peas for luck on New Year’s Day.

Although I love the traditions I’ve always followed to celebrate this holiday, I can’t help but want to explore others. For one, I’ve always wanted to be in New York to see the ball drop at Times Square, instead of watching it on my TV. According to the infographic, there are other interesting traditions that people all around the world follow to celebrate.

While some sound crazy – like diving into a frozen lake in Siberia – others aren’t too far of a stretch from my traditions – like eating grapes in Spain. Whether you celebrate with fireworks, champagne, or different lucky meals, it’s always fun to ring in the new year with good people.
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Another fascinating collection of 50 ways to celebrate the New Year around the world.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 1, 2:42 PM

Another fascinating collection of 50 ways to celebrate the New Year around the world.

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Another fascinating collection of 50 ways to celebrate the New Year around the world.

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The Anatomy of a Best-Selling Book | Daily Infographic

The Anatomy of a Best-Selling Book | Daily Infographic | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

We can’t all be J.K. Rowling or Stephenie Meyer, but if you’re working on a book, it’s nice to know what helps with success.

First, don’t get too long-winded: Surprisingly, the average length of a best-selling book is 375 pages. (Lord of the Rings is definitely an outlier here.)

As far as setting goes, most bestselling books are set in the U.S., with lawyers or detectives as main characters. Romance is, by far, the most lucrative genre. Romance books bring in $1.4 billion a year, with crime books in second place. Interestingly enough, people finish romance novels but often ditch religious books.

While the U.S. leads for its publishing industry, Germany, France, China, Japan and the UK also have large markets for authors. If you’re publishing an e-book, Amazon might be the best bet –– the company controls more than half of the e-book market. Authors also get to keep 70 percent of what they make on Amazon....

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Here's a great overview of a bestseller and the publishing bbusiness.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, November 30, 2016 11:11 PM

Here's a great overview of a bestseller and the publishing bbusiness.

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7 Negotiation Techniques that Never Fail | Daily Infographic

7 Negotiation Techniques that Never Fail | Daily Infographic | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

Negotiation isn’t just something that ambassadors and heads of state do, it’s part of our daily lives.

 

Many commonplace interactions involve negotiation, whether we realize it or not. Unless you are alone on the road, the very act of driving is a constant negotiation. The tips in this infographic won’t help you with deciding who’s going first at a stop sign, but in any negotiation situation where you can talk to the other party, you’ll get good advice here....

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Seven negotiation tips you can use every day.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 30, 2016 11:56 AM

Seven negotiation tips you can use every day.

Gonzalo Moreno's curator insight, November 1, 2016 8:45 AM
OB - Conflict and Negotiation - fun infographic
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7 Negotiation Techniques that Never Fail | Daily Infographic
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12-Step Guide for Social Media Marketing Success

12-Step Guide for Social Media Marketing Success | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it
An infographic from Social Media Marketo outlines 12 crucial steps your business can take to set up for success.
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12 steps to more effective social media.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 6, 2016 10:38 AM

12 steps to more effective social media.

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cool step by step for SMM
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Examining the Real Cost of Donald Trump's Wall - Cool Infographics

Examining the Real Cost of Donald Trump's Wall - Cool Infographics | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

Real Money has done the math and shared their findings in the infographic Examining the Real Cost of Donald Trump's Wall, designed by DesignBySoap. It appears that the actual cost of the wall would end up being 2-3 times more expensive than the publicly released estimate. Luckily, even many of his supporters do not believe he will build the wall. You can see the details of Trump's plan, as well as some statistics on how Americans feel about it in the infographic above.

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Yep, we'll build that wall and I've got a bridge to sell you.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 26, 2016 10:19 AM

Yep, we'll build that wall and I've got a bridge to sell you.

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10 Wacky Burgers from Around the World | Daily Infographic

10 Wacky Burgers from Around the World | Daily Infographic | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

These tasty mouthfuls will stretch your idea of what can get go between two (or maybe three) buns. Would you like pickled lemon with that?

I would try all of these, and I bet some are shockingly good. People seem to like putting the french fries into the burger, which, since I like putting potato chips in my sandwiches, I have no right to hate on. It sounds pretty good actually.

I can’t decide if the Mos Rice burger or the Vada Pav is the biggest departure from a traditional burger. On one hand, at least the Vada Pav uses bread for the buns and has something fried in it. On the other hand, at least the Mos Rice has some layers of stuff in it instead of one ball of fried whatever. Actually, a ball of fried whatever is very in line with burger tradition, so I’m going to say that the Mos Rice is the least burger-like burger on this list....

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Now that's a tasty infographic.

 
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 10, 2016 2:42 PM

Now that's a tasty infographic.

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History of Content Marketing | Content Marketing Institute

History of Content Marketing | Content Marketing Institute | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

If you want some insights into where the content marketing industry may be headed, it might just help to take a look at where it’s been.


As we pointed out when CMI shared its History of Content Marketing infographic in 2012, brands have been telling their stories to audiences for hundreds of years. Not to mention that storytelling itself is one of the oldest forms of communication....

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Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are all testing some small, but important, refinements to their systems.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 10, 2016 1:57 AM

Explore the updated History of Content Marketing infographic to gain insight from the past from the Content Marketing Institute.

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40 Ways The World Makes Awesome Hot Dogs

40 Ways The World Makes Awesome Hot Dogs | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it
It’s not just a sausage in a bun; it’s a beautiful blank canvas. It’s a hot dog, which is a foodstuff eaten worldwide. Here are 40 distinctive varieties from around the globe — from iconic NYC “dirty water dogs” to fully loaded South American street-cart dogs to Japanese octo-dogs. There is a tubesteak out there for every craving that ever was. 
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Hot dogs around the world. Who knew?

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Hot dogs around the world. Who knew?
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Study: What Motivates Facebook Users to Share Content

Study: What Motivates Facebook Users to Share Content | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

What motivates people to share content? This is one of the key questions all content marketers would love to understand more about. And while sharing, in itself, is rarely the end goal, shares do help spread the message and connect your content with a wider audience.


To get a better understanding of what motivates content shares, content strategy group Fractl has conducted a study of what motivates Facebook users, specifically, to share a post.


Fractl surveyed more than 2000 Facebook users to gain insight into what inspires them to click Like or Share on The Social Network. Among their key findings, Fractl's researchers found that: 


- Only 1 out of 10 respondents noted that their primary reason for sharing content was to educate their network, though more than half (55%) noted they do want to share useful content


- Women are 26% more likely to share content more than once a day compared to men, while Baby Boomers are 19% more likely to share more than once per day than any other generation


- 40% of respondents admitted to sharing content to make themselves look good. 


- Users with larger networks (over 500 friends) are 7% more likely to share content that maintains a certain image of themselves....

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A new infographic by Fractl aims to provide some new insight into the motivations behind shares on The Social Network.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 23, 2016 12:58 AM

A new infographic by Fractl aims to provide some new insight into the motivations behind shares on The Social Network.

Iliana Bussell's curator insight, June 23, 2016 12:16 PM
We try to vary our posts....useful info and tips, educational info and entertaining posts....but shares and likes are hard to come by!  Please help us out and share our content if you find it useful or entertaining.
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Love Is An Expensive Business - Valentine's Day By The Numbers

Love Is An Expensive Business - Valentine's Day By The Numbers | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

Love is an expensive business and nothing proves it better than Valentine's Day. Few countries take February 14th as seriously as the United States and this year the average American will spend $142.31 on gifts. Men are going to spend nearly twice as much as women with overall sales amounting to a whopping $19 billion, an increase on 2014.

 

$4.8 billion will be splurged on jewelry, $3.6 billion will be spent on date nights while just over $2.1 billion will be set aside for flowers. Interestingly, Valentine's Day isn't just for couples. Other family members, friends and children's classmates/teachers are all set for gifts on February 14th. Somewhat bizzarely, 21.2 percent of Americans will spend a grand total of $703 million on Valentine's Day gifts for their pets!...

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Love is an expensive business and nothing proves it better than Valentine's Day. Biggest winner? Fido!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, February 14, 10:35 AM

Love is an expensive business and nothing proves it better than Valentine's Day. Biggest winner? Fido!

Curtis Carlson Nelson's curator insight, February 14, 11:05 AM

Love is in the air and we are spending a lot of money to show our Valentine how much they mean to us!

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The Costs of Self-Publishing Your Book | MediaShift

The Costs of Self-Publishing Your Book | MediaShift | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

With the growing popularity of self-publishing, there is one recurring question I get from almost every aspiring author: “How much should I budget?” This is a really hard question to answer because the term “self-publishing” encompasses a wide range of very different possibilities.


For example, let’s say you’ve written a first draft of your novel and just uploaded it to Amazon via Kindle Direct Publishing. Technically, you’re “self-publishing.” And your only monetary cost is the formatting to get the required .mobi file, which can be done for free via several online tools.


Now, if you want to have a chance of selling that book, you need to replicate at least some of the steps of traditional publishing and ensure a certain level of quality and professionalism. This means having your book properly edited, typeset and proofread, and hiring a designer to create an eye-catching cover. Depending on your genre and your writing ability, these can cost more or less.


It’s impossible to say, “Self-publishing your book with cost you $X.” However, it is possible to find average costs for the different steps that go into producing a book: editing, design and typesetting. And this is what the data and infographic below focus on....

Jeff Domansky's insight:

Valuable guide to the cost of self-publishing from Reedsy.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 25, 11:00 AM

Valuable guide to the cost of self-publishing from Reedsy.

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The Opening Lines of the World's Most Famous Books | Daily Infographic

The Opening Lines of the World's Most Famous Books | Daily Infographic | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

They say not to judge a book by its cover, but there’s no saying about judging a book by its first line.


I can usually tell within a few minutes if I’ll enjoy a book. Based on this infographic, it seems that many famous books are good from the start.


I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” but did you know the entire first line for “A Tale of Two Cities” is much longer? The first sentence in the book is a whopping 119 words.


On the other hand, “Fahrenheit 451” opens with an easy to remember one-liner: “It was a pleasure to burn.”...

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Here are the opening lines of 34 of the world's famous books.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 15, 10:21 AM

Here are the opening lines of 34 of the world's famous books.

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New Year's Facts by the Numbers | History.com

New Year's Facts by the Numbers | History.com | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

Get all the facts and stats on New Year's traditions with the New Year's Facts infographic from History.com.

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Fascinating New Year's facts from History.com.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 1, 2:50 PM

Fascinating New Year's facts from History.com.

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Fascinating New Year's facts from History.com.

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Checklist: How To Get More Eyeballs On Your Infographics

Checklist: How To Get More Eyeballs On Your Infographics | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

Just because you have an infographic designed does not mean it’s ready to go. There are a few more steps necessary to ensure success. You need to proofread. You need to publish. And, of course, you need to promote. Basically, you need to know how to optimize your infographic to get the most traffic.


Unfortunately, we see many brands make rookie mistakes in all three of these areas. Whether it’s an unoptimized file name, broken share buttons, or pixelated images, these details can seriously hurt your infographic’s success. If you want to get the most eyes on your infographic, there’s more to do than you think. But don’t worry.


Because our parent company Column Five likes to make things easier for you, they created this handy checklist to help you optimize your next infographic. They even put it in infographic form and checklist form. Feel free to print them out, bookmark them, or embed them on your site.


Follow their tips and you’ll know your infographic is really ready to be published. On that note, you can also take a look at these deep dives into how to optimize your infographic for SEO and how to optimize your blogfor content distribution. Good luck out there!...

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Think your infographic is ready to go? Wait a sec. Here's the checklist you need to make sure you optimize your infographic correctly

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 21, 2016 4:36 AM

Think your infographic is ready to go? Wait a sec. Here's the checklist you need to make sure you optimize your infographic correctly.

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Think your infographic is ready to go? Wait a sec. Here's the checklist you need to make sure you optimize your infographic correctly.

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The Visual Web

The Visual Web | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it
Everything you need to know about the visual web and assesses the impact today's image-centric culture has on marketing and advertising, if you're an advertiser, publisher or simply interested in what heck the 'visual web' is.
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Great interactive infographic. Recommended viewing.
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, November 27, 2016 4:45 AM

Great interactive infographic. Recommended viewing.

AvizorMedia's curator insight, November 27, 2016 5:47 AM
Web visual. Muy recomendable ver esta infografía interactiva. 
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This Classic Storytelling Model Will Help You Give a Mesmerizing Presentation

This Classic Storytelling Model Will Help You Give a Mesmerizing Presentation | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it
Have you ever gotten a sense of déjà vu while reading a book or watching a movie that’s otherwise totally new to you? Obviously you have— so many stories are built on the same foundations of archetypes and tropes. Stripped of complexities, all stories are basically the same: an individual ventures into the unknown to acquire something they desire.

That’s not a new idea— Joseph Campbell broke the door down in 1949 with his book, The Hero With a Thousand Faces. Odysseus, Christ, Captain Ahab, Gautama Buddha, Jane Eyre, Luke Skywalker… different names and faces, different times and places, but all the same story. Not only that, the same effective story. What Campbell called “The Hero’s Journey” has resonated with humanity for millennia, and is the root for so many stories that we cherish.

So why wouldn’t this apply to public speaking? Any muttonhead can tell you that good speeches tell a story. This infographic will show you exactly how Campbell’s 17 Steps can lead to storytelling success. It doesn’t matter if you want to discuss Martin Luther King’s march to Selma, why you deserve a raise, or Walking Dead plot summaries. The Hero’s Journey can apply to almost any presentation.

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David Hahn shares a valuable storytelling model for every storyteller, blogger and marketer.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 6, 2016 10:56 AM

David Hahn shares a valuable storytelling model for every storyteller, blogger, presenter and marketer.

Sylvie BH's curator insight, October 7, 2016 3:22 AM
Storytelling, comment fabriquer son histoire étape par étape
Chris Carter's curator insight, October 7, 2016 9:08 PM
I am keeping this one in my teacher's tool kit. A story well told.
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INFOGRAPHIC: How Long Did Famous Novels Take to Write?

INFOGRAPHIC: How Long Did Famous Novels Take to Write? | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

From William Faulkner to E.L. James this infographic has the answers.

 

If you’ve ever wondered how long it took to craft some of history’s most famous books, you’ll want to check out this rad infographic from the kind folks at Printerinks. Tolkien takes top slowpoke honors for taking 16 years to write the Lord of the Rings while the quickest author on the list is John Boyne who wrote The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas in only 2.5 days! Check out the entire chart below

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To use a clickbait headline... This writer sat down and you won't believe what he did in two and a half days.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 18, 2016 10:54 AM

To use a clickbait headline... This writer sat down and you won't believe what he did in two and a half days.

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The Right Wine in the Right Kind of Glass | Cool Infographics

The Right Wine in the Right Kind of Glass | Cool Infographics | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it
Just like how specific wines bring out the best flavors in certain foods, specific wine glasses bring out the best characteristics of each wine. The Right Wine in the Right Kind of Glass infographic from Wine Coolers starts off by showing us some general characteristic differences between red and white wine glasses, then shows us the correct wine glass to pair with each wine.
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Tasty Infographic!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 26, 2016 1:24 AM
Tasty Infographic!
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The Odds of a Machine Doing Your Job | Daily Infographic

The Odds of a Machine Doing Your Job | Daily Infographic | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

Spoiler Alert: The odds are high that a robot/algorithm is going to be better at your job than you are.

The ascendency of the robotic workforce is a complicated issue. On the one hand, millions of human rely on driving to earn a crust. On the other hand, over a million humans die in car accidents every year. Autonomous cars are guaranteed to greatly reduce both of these numbers. It’s hard to know how to feel about that.

If you’re not convinced that self-driving cars would increase road safety all that much, we’ve got an infographic on The Car of the Future that is sure to convince you.

Speaking of autonomous vehicles, I can’t agree that airline pilots are unlikely to be replaced by machines because they practically have been! Autopilot does the majority of the flying already, and it’s a small step from there to obsolescence. I also think it’s much more likely that police patrols get replaced by robots than this graph does, but let’s not dwell on that dystopian possibility....

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This infographic is thought-provoking and an intriguing look at the impact of technology on the future of jobs.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 7, 2016 8:51 PM

This infographic is thought-provoking and an intriguing look at the impact of technology on the future of jobs.

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The Power of Digital Influence - Infographic Portal

The Power of Digital Influence - Infographic Portal | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it
The Internet is currently one of the most powerful media and as such plays an important role in marketing. The first step towards successful online promotion, however, is a company’s website that needs to be optimized for excellent user experience. The infographic outlines some of the most important factors that determine a visitor’s overall experience with the website, as well as some interesting stats on users’ behavior.

 

Today, it is important to have a website that is intuitive and, above all, optimized for display across multiple screen sizes. This way, a company can reach the maximum number of targeted users and make them engage. Therefore, both web designers and marketers need to take these aspects into consideration before they start planning an online development....

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If you thought web design didn't matter much, think again. These stats will convince you to reconsider your website design.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 7, 2016 10:33 PM

If you thought web design didn't matter much, think again. These stats will convince you to reconsider your website design.

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Infographic: The Most Expensive Cities Worldwide to Drink a Beer | Statista

Infographic: The Most Expensive Cities Worldwide to Drink a Beer | Statista | World's Best Infographics | Scoop.it

If you’re on a business trip to the city of Lausanne in Switzerland, you might have to think twice about drinking an evening beer on your company’s tab in one of the city’s bars. Eyebrows would certainly be raised in accounting at a 33cl beer that costs a whopping $17.60. Situated on the shores of Lake Geneva, the city has the highest beer prices in the world, according to a ranking released by GoEuro.


The website compared the price of local and imported draught beer in hotel bars worldwide to compile their ranking. If you find yourself on a business trip to Lausanne, it might be better to visit one of the city’s supermarkets where a bottle of beer costs only $1.42 on average by comparison.Hong Kong also charges extortionate prices for alcoholic drinks in bars with a 33cl beer coming in at just over $11 on average.


Paris and Zürich follow with beer prices in bars averaging $10.08 and $10.03 respectively. New York is the only US city to make the top 10 of GoEuro’s ranking with a 33cl beer in a bar costing $9.22 on average. Rome and Tel Aviv round off the ten costliest places to drink beer worldwide with both charging just over $9 on average.


There is a massive disparity with the cheapest cities for beer drinkers, the majority of which can be found in Eastern Europe. Bratislava’s bars charge a mere $2.80 on average for a 33cl with Kiev and Cape Town coming second and third for the world’s most affordable brews.

Jeff Domansky's insight:

This chart shows the average price of a 33cl beer in a bar in 2016. Avoid Switzerland - $17.60 beer?

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 6, 2016 10:59 AM

This chart shows the average price of a 33cl beer in a bar in 2016. Avoid Switzerland - $17.60 beer?