Tuesday, November 29th was Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving that started in 2012 to kick off the charitable season that typically occurs when people are focused on holiday and end of year giving. Always the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, and after the big shopping days of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, […]
On this 25th World AIDS Day (December 1), ONE has released the 2013 AIDS Report: The Beginning of the End? Tracking Global Commitments on AIDS, Volume 2. As you’ll see in the infographic below, we’ve come a long way since the first World AIDS Day in 1998. Sixteen countries in Africa have reached the “tipping […]
I found the following infographic via J&D’s Foods Facebook page, the makers of awesome things like Bacon Salt and Bacon Flavored Lip Balm. It’s definitely the best image I’ve seen from the “social media explained” meme that has been going around the internet. From now on, I’m totally using this for my social media presentations.
According the following infographic from schools.com, online news revenue has now surpassed print newspaper revenue. Not a surprise when I think about how I get my news. And, really, I don’t find the news anymore. It comes to me. I follow news organization on Facebook, reporters on Twitter, blogs of all sorts that are updated […]
While on Twitter the other day, I came across the following infographic from Marketo illustrating the differences between left-brain and right-brain marketers. As a lefty, a pretty right-brained thinker and a marketer, I find these analyses interesting. (Actually, anything to do with human behavior is pretty fascinating to me.) The infographic makes it seem like […]
Well, we’ve just about made it to Thanksgiving. I guess that means it’s almost time to think about holiday shopping. (Not until you celebrate Thanksgiving though.) I’m not a big fan of shopping on Black Friday, but lots of people in the U.S. will wake up early the morning after Thanksgiving to fight crowds in […]