The Importance of a Custom Designed Business Website

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Having a custom designed business website has many benefits. This infographic covers several reasons why you might want to consider a custom design for your business website. Don’t think you have to design the site yourself. There are many web deign companies who will be glad to do it all for you.
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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: A+

An infographic from a company who designs websites and other content will of course offer a nicely designed infographic. The trend now in design is simple and clean. This infographic displays the information that way and makes it easy for readers to follow.

Infographic Information: A

The information is useful and really provides great reasons for having a custom designed site. I appreciate the use of graphics to help illustrate the information.

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Tips on How To Maxamize Cash Flow

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Get tips on how maximize business operating levels with this cash flow infographic from Citizens Bank. From balancing your accounts payable vs. accounts receivable to taking out a small business loan to cover lulls in your cycle, we’ll help you adjust your business cash flow to optimum operating levels.
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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: B

The design for this infographic is different and unique with its use of colors and images. When you first look at it you might not think of it as a financial infographic.

Infographic Information: B

The information does a good job of explaining the different processes of accounts receivable and accounts payable for those might have a hard time understanding the differences

Infographic provided by Citizens Bank


Best Car Brands On Social Media

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Reputation Radar, the spin-off project by Secret Key web agency based in Rome, is focused on web reputation management, sentiment analysis, company and private reputation, and is proud to show you its first infographic about the most influential car brands on social media, based on overall users reached and generated engagement.

The automotive companies invested many resources in marketing strategies and social media are an unexplored field where to test new techniques and establish a more direct relation with users and customers.

Best Car Brands On Social Media is the result of an accurate report about the official profiles of the main car brands, realized with the aim to measure their activities on three social media channels, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

The infographic data are calculated by proprietary tools which allow getting the engagement rate on social media channels; the time interval considered is 1st January 2013 – 2nd October 2013.

The engagement rate on Facebook was calculated with this formula: Likes + Comments + shares / Fans.

The engagement rate on Twitter was calculated with this formula: Mentions+ Retweets + Favorites /Total number of Tweets.

About YouTube channels, we used the overall number of videos, views and subscribers.

We are really proud to share with you our infographic because our idea is that brands should listen to users and understand their needs using social media.

We hope that this infographic can encourage a debate about the most effective ways to manage social media company profiles.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: A

A very well designed infographic has been made to show the best car brands on social media. The information is displayed professionally they use the real images of the logos to show the different brands.

Infographic Information: A

The information helps to give an insight into how much social media can affect the power of a brand.


Anatomy of a Data Scientist

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According to Harvard Business Review, a data scientist is the “sexiest job of the 21st century.” Find that hard to believe? Here are some statistics to back up the claim:
- The market for analytic software grew from $11 billion to $35 million between 2000-2012.
- There was a 15,000% increase in job postings for data scientists between summer 2011 and summer 2012, which spanned across all industries including retail, banking, healthcare and airlines.
- The average salary of a data scientist is over $100K.
- Experts predict that 1.5 million more data-literate managers will be needed by 2018.

So what does it take to be one of these sought-after scientists?

For the full details behind the creation of this infographic, click here: http://www.fico.com/en/Company/News/Pages/08-06-2013-FICO-Infographic-Answers-the-Question-What-Makes-a-Good-Data-Scientist.aspx

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: A

I love the large image of the girl with the information surrounding her and acknowledging the different parts of a data scientist. A creative way to showcase the information.

Infographic Information: A

The information has a humorous tone and while there is not a lot of “data” on the infographic, the accompanied text thoroughly explains the importance of the information.

 


3 Steps for a Successful Vibration Test

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Before products hit the market they must go through a series of tests. One of those tests is a vibration test. This infographic shares 3 steps for a successful vibration test for your products.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: B

The design has a great color scheme that makes it standout among other infographics. The title is bold and clearly defines what the infographic is about.

Infographic Information: B

The information is helpful for anyone who is a part of the process of getting a product to market. I don’t think consumers will care to much about the information unless they are looking for a behind the scenes look into how products get to the market.

Infographic provided by Cascade TEK (http://www.cascadetek.com)