Christmas celebrations don’t have to end in December. With Tree Classics’ Christmas in July guide, you can now enjoy the holiday season all summer long. Be the envy of your friends and family as you deck your yard with boughs of holly and host the best party of the summer. With cookie snowballs, Grandma’s cool summer eggnog, and a beautifully lit tree, you have the perfect recipe for a family night of joy and laughter.
Who doesn’t love a gorgeous outdoor wedding? So we put together this fabulous little guide to help you choose what decor to use, what to serve on your menu and some quick tips to make your outdoor wedding a success!
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There is a data storm heading our way, and it’s because of all the visually heavy photos and videos we are sharing. We are consuming more meaty and diverse content on mobile which could cause network slow-downs and higher costs for subscribers.
Between 2012 and 2017, mobile video data will increase 16-fold, accounting for two-thirds of the world’s mobile data traffic. Check out the infographic below presented by spark.qualcomm.com to learn more about this data storm and how we can weather it.
Going to graduate from high school soon and need some help sprucing up your application/resume? Here is a great and simple graphic that gives you great tips to help with your resume to further your education at a university.
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Can you imagine cleaning the Georgia Dorm after a tournament? Wow, that would just suck. This interactive graphic just shows how much work you will have to put in to cleanup this dome.
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Cats seem to be taking over the internet, but why? Why do we seem to love cats so much? Is it because they are cute and cuddly? Or because they seem to have a dangerous side to them that draws us in?
Whatever the case may be, this infographic presented by bestsociologyprograms.com takes a look at why we love cats so much. Check it out below to learn more.
Source: Why Do We Love Cats So Much?
Can you imagine winning the lottery? What would you do with your winnings? Many of us swear up and down that we would save as much as possible or invest it, but that rarely happens once winners actually have the money in their bank accounts.
Around 44 percent of lottery winners spend their entire winnings within just 5 years! The infographic below presented by Casino.org takes a look at some lottery winners that lost it all and others that were smart with their winnings. Check it out below to learn more.
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How does good old fashioned standard web retargeting stand up to the mighty Facebook Exchange? The hottest thing to hit the proverbial online advertising shelves in 2012, Facebook Exchange (FBX) took targeted advertising to a whole new level. Allowing marketers to retarget users while they are are logged into facebook, generating growth to an already huge network of people.
This leads us to the question of which is better? These two retargeting behemoths each bring something to the table and there are differences in performance that lead to different results. While FBX has size and character limitations, they’re always visible as opposed to web retargeting that has many choices for sizes but isn’t always viewable.
FBX performed better than standard web retargeting on CPMs and CPCs being lower at -82% and -70% respectively. However, FBX was found lacking when it was shown that web retargeting required less ad frequency to drive clicks and reaches a wider audience for less.
These conflicting strenths seem to leave us at a stalemate over which is best. This leads us to the simple conclusion that when they work together they generate the best turnout and return on investment. Take a look at the infographic below to learn more.
Oh, the mighty Internet. Where would we be without it? Well, we wouldn’t have as many viral cat videos, that’s for sure. The internet has changed our world since it’s inception, and continues to do so.
This infographic presented by BestCommunicationsDegrees.com takes a look at the online revolution and how the Internet has changed the world we live in.
Google estimates by 2013 more people will use mobile phones than desktop PCs to go online. It’s not surprise actually, everything is going mobile these days.
Smartphones are a big reason for the move to mobile. In the last 16 years one billion smartphones have been sold. And the next one billion will be sold in just the next two years.
Check out the infographic below presented by Moovweb to learn more about the post-PC revolution.
The way we consume content on the internet has changed quite a bit over the past 10 years or so. It used to take almost 15 minutes to download one song back in the day, now it can take mere seconds to download some tunes.
Check out the infographic below presented by Torchbrowser to learn more about how web content consumption has changed over the years.
There is no doubt that Apple is one of the world’s most well known tech companies, however if you have any doubt, then seeing their success in numbers will surely put it out.
Check out this infographic presented by CaliforniaPhoneLookup to see what exactly is driving Apple to win.