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This info-graphic shows the options when choosing a web hosting company to use. It’s worth thinking about the demands and requirements that your blog or website will need.
Finding the best web hosting company all depends on working out what provider gives you the most features and enough features for your business to grow.
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The portable document format (you know it as PDF) has been around for years and can be used in hundreds of different ways by people in virtually any industry.
Here are our favorite tips and tricks for using PDFs to your advantage.
Infographic Design: B
I really enjoyed the colorful and bright design. There are lots of images and creative graphs that help display the information.
Infographic Information: B+
The information is unique and provides insight into PDFs. There is a lot of information that shows how useful PDFs can be.
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Choosing the right web hosting provider is critical to the overall performance of your website and is a decision that every webmaster needs to think carefully about. The below info-graphic shows how quickly the hosting industry has grown and also highlights the different types of website hosting like VPS and dedicated hosting.
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If you follow this site at all you know that I love an organized infographic. That means breaking up the information and making it flow properly for the reader. This infographic takes several pieces of web hosting information and clearly defines the areas of the infographic that discuss each topic. This is important for readers!
Infographic Information: A
Infographic should have valuable information that is easy to read and understand. Too much detail can be a bad thing. This infographic highlights three main points and provides small concise facts to support each topic. This infographic has a great balance of information and detail.
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Budds’ Mazda is the single part of the Mazda brand story. Mazda has been an integral player in the auto industry globally in the last decades; however, its history reaches back much further. It all started in 1920 with Mazda being founded as the Toyo Cork Kogyo Co., Ltd., which was started in Japan. As of 2013, the company had become an international success, with 2013 sales in Canada alone at a total of 71,859.
This infographic traces the origin of Mazda’s history and the technological advancements that it has brought to its vehicles and to the industry as a whole through the years. These technologies include the Skyactiv technology, a blanket term for Mazda’s new-generation developments, and its renowned, award-winning safety features that enhance driver safety through hazard perception and hazard avoidance tools.
So, take the journey through Mazda’s many accomplishments. It’ll be a breeze — or, should we say, a zoom zoom.
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With customer adoption of smartphones increasing, the way gamblers interact with the online gambling services is changing extremely fast. First, the PC allowed customers to bet from home, without any need to physically going to a casino. Now, the raise of mobile gambling allows gamblers to place their bets any moment, anywhere through their mobile devices.
As a consequence of this, the gambling industry has been growing in a new direction during the last two years. The use of the mobile gambling services offered by the betting operators has grown up to 150% in the last year. At the same time, in 2013 some operators like William Hill and Paddy Power reported up to 50% of their sportsbook revenue coming from their online services offered for mobile devices, up from just around 20% back in 2011.
Experts predict the gambling yields to more than double in 2015. We can talk about £4.7 billion revenue in 2012 for the global gambling industry. It’s predicted to be around £11 billion in 2015.
At the same time, the global spend in gambling per adult is also increasing rapidly in Europe, and even though it’s not this fast in Asia, the tendency is also to grow.
Mobile casinos are predicted to generate more than 15% of revenue of the whole mobile gambling market this year. As the CEO of Paddy Power said, “Mobile betting is the highest growth area of the UK Gambling market”.
The infographic is courtesy of Simon’s Online Gambling Blog, the number one online gambling blog.