Stickiness is often thought of as a bad thing: who wants sticky floors or hands? But in the world of marketing, stickiness is the ultimate goal, whether you stick in people's minds or your campaign is so good, it goes viral as more people pick up that sweet, sticky campaign graphic.
The internet has gone a long way since it was introduced back in the 1990s. Since then, this so-called information superhighway has made life more convenient for millions of people around the world. Communication, for one, has improved tremendously allowing people in separate locations to connect and interact in real time at little or no cost.
Owing to this and many other factors, frequent users would claim now that life would not be complete without this technology.
Today, various financial transactions can be easily done over the internet in the comfort of one's home or office without requiring people to travel. As such, the technology is considered a great time and money saver.
But while many active users think they know so much about the internet already, it may not always be the case. For instance, have you ever asked yourself how this technology work and what goes on in the back end? If you still pause and ponder, you may not really be in the know. View Infographic ›
The popularity of tablets cannot be denied. Our infographic compares Apple's three tablet offerings: the original iPad, the iPad 2, and the New iPad. Find out more about the typical iPad and tablet user, and which one is right for you. Also interesting are the amazing initial figures from sales of the New iPad. View Infographic ›
Google's cloud service is serious about taking on the competition. This infographic compares Google Drive to its top three competitors: Dropbox, Microsoft's Skydrive, and Apple's iCloud. Besides comparing size, pricing, and platform support, we also take a look at a brief history of these cloud services.
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Even though infographics are hugely popular I'm still surprised by the number of inquiries we get from people who aren't sure exactly what they are, how they are created or why they are important.
So, we sat down and decided to make an infographic about infographics!
This design was published on Performancing.com
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E-reading has taken America by storm, with more and more people preferring their Kindles to any other medium. We take a look at the current trends in E-Reading, including what type of people prefer e-reading, and what the bestselling devices are. View Infographic ›
The truth is that your favorite luxury brand is probably owned by one of just three big companies- and it's possible you've never heard of them before. We take a look at LVMH, PPR and Richemont, the three giants in the world of luxury goods today- and compare their holdings. View Infographic ›
Everyone believes that the iPhone came before the first Android phone, but is that really true? We decided to take a look. Especially revealing was the crossover of Andy Rubin, whose connections to both companies is telling in itself, even if Apple won the race to public release by more than a year. View Infographic ›
Asteroid mining is now being touted as the next frontier for minerals and with big name backers such as James Cameron and Google it could be the next gold rush. Planetary Resources hired us to create an infographic for them explaining how these asteroids rich in minerals and ores will be harvested. View Infographic ›
With over 300 million registered users and a billion photos uploaded, Instagram's rise from a simple "snap a photo, apply a filter" mobile app to Facebook's newest baby is a developer's dream story if we ever heard one. This infographic takes a look at Instagram's journey to their billion dollar acquisition. View Infographic ›
A city's competitiveness is measured by its ability to attract capital, businesses & tourists. Our infographic, inspired by the Economist, takes a look at the most competitive cities in the world. It's interesting to note that when it comes to economic strength, Asia dominates the world, with 15 of the top 20 cities in that category located in Asia. View Infographic ›
This extensively researched infographic showcases the results of the latest expat surveys on the top countries to live and work abroad in- and why. As a bonus we've included how these countries rank when it comes to measuring cost of living, certainly a factor when deciding where to live. View Infographic ›
MIT graduate Drew Houston co-founded Dropbox back in 2006 when he got tired of keeping track of his USB flash drive. He knew there must be a faster, more convenient and safer way of not just storing data but also sharing it. Today Dropbox is one of the hottest tech start-ups around and is going from strength to strength so much that tech giants such as IBM and Google are playing catch up.
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If you've done any mobile gaming at all, you're probably familiar with Open Feint, Crystal, Plus+ or Apple's Game Center. Here we take a closer look at the big four Mobile Gaming Networks. Big business, considering that the 1.08 billion smartphones in the world are mostly (61% of the time) used for gaming. View Infographic ›
He's been compared to Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, a true visionary who encouraged the world to "think different". But as our "tribute" infographic shows, there are many more lessons to be learned from the life of Steve Jobs. View Infographic ›