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3 Ways Graphics Affect Us: An Infographic

by Noemi Tasarra-Twigg, Freelancewritinggigs.com
April 22, 2015

As writers, words are our tools – maybe even playthings. We choose them carefully. We hear how they sound in our heads. We see them in our mind’s eye. We weave sentences together and connect those sentences to send a message perfectly. We focus on words. It is thus understandable that, sometimes, we underestimate the...[Click to read more]

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How online work is changing labor force participation and fostering urban youth inclusion in Pakistan

by Nicola Magri, Blogs.WorldBank.org
April 15, 2015

The Digital Youth Summit 2015 (May 7-9, 2015, Peshawar) will explore the potential of e-lancing. The vibrant city of Peshawar is getting ready to host the 2nd Digital Youth Summit (May 7-9, 2015, Shiraz Arena). Co-organized by the KP IT Board, Peshawar 2.0 and the World Bank, the Digital Youth Summit is a tech conference and...[Click to read more]

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Working Remotely: Ten Years of Transformation

by Rachel Casanova, Blog.perkinswill.com
April 7, 2015

In New York City, the ten years since the 2005 transit strike that hobbled millions of commuters have seen an incredible transformation in the way we do business, both in the office and  out of it. Before the iPhone, widespread VPN or broadband wifi, the business of doing business from home (or the coffeeshop, or the coworking space)...[Click to read more]

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How To Design The Best Blog Graphics With Free Tools And Design Theory

by Ashton Wirrenga, CoSchedule.com
April 6, 2015

Writing awesome content for your blog is essential to earning your readers’ trust and attention. Yet there’s another overlooked element that can largely increase your blog traffic: design. Studies have found that 60% of us are visual learners, while only 46% of blogs are actually using visual content. Design often gets a bad rap for just...[Click to read more]

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7 Reasons Your Content Doesn’t Connect with Millennials [Infographic]

by Verónica Maria Jarski, Negosentro.com
April 6, 2015

Is your content resonating with Millennials? It might not be if you’re committing the following mistakes when crafting content for them. Here’s a look at seven things that turn Millennials away from content, according to a NewsCred infographic. One reason is ignoring Millennials’ cultural interests. Some 64% of Millennials respond positively to content tailored to their cultural...[Click to read more]

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THE POPULARITY OF INFOGRAPHICS AND HOW TO USE THEM TO YOUR ADVANTAGE [INFOGRAPHICS]

by Irfan Ahmad, SocialMediaToday.com
April 5, 2015

According to the Google Trends data on infographics, their outstanding growth in search interest is obvious. The popularity of this phenomenon began to steadily increase in 2010 and has been continuing ever since. This kind of demand requires multiple players entering the game field to assure the corresponding level of supply. That’s why these small...[Click to read more]

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Chrome Rules the Global Mobile and Desktop Browser Market [Infographic]

by Deborah Edwards-Onoro, Lireo.com
March 24, 2015

It’s no surprise to learn that Chrome continues to dominate the browser wars on desktop. In spring 2012, Chrome passed Internet Explorer as the most popular desktop browser. And it has continued to rise in usage over the past three years. But what about usage across desktop and mobile devices? According to this infographic from...[Click to read more]

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